Making Thinking and Learning Visible
Learning is a complex phenomenon that can be hard to assess, particularly when teachers simply assume what students can or cannot do. In order to really observe learning, we must make it visible.
In this session, we will look at a few strategies to help students use thinking routines as well as show what they have learned through different types of media.
Participants will be encouraged to take an empirical approach to language teaching and prioritize the collection of evidence from their learners so that they can better assess learning outcomes. This session will explore some tips proposed by Harvard’s Project Zero and John Hattie’s Making Learning Visible.
Presented by André Hedlund – Chevening Alumnus & Lecturer, Reviewer for National Geographic Learning.
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