46 Podcast Episodes
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Series 1. Episode 5. Visible Learning The Sequel - Interview with John Hattie Part 2 of 2
Powerful Learning Podcast
In 2008 Professor John Hattie released his landmark publication, Visible Learning. This book synthesised research from over 800 meta-analyses representing findings from research involving millions of students and over 100 different influences on academic achievement. John’s book was widely celebrated for having built that elusive bridge between the field of educational research and practising teachers. Some reviews even described it as the ‘Holy Grail’ of education. But not all of those in the teaching and research community were equally pleased with his work, which catalysed a thriving community of critics. This was a sure sign that John’s own educational impact had exceeded even the heights of those very educational influences that sat at the top of his Visible Learning lead table. Today’s podcast gives Prof. Hattie a chance to reflect on all of this and more in light of his forthcoming publication, Visible Learning: The Sequel. ---------------Are you new to the Powerful Learning Podcast? Welcome to the club! I'm your host Luke Rowe, Ph.D. I'm a researcher and university lecturer who specializes in evidence-based teaching and the science of learning. I’m extremely passionate about the learning sciences and I started this podcast with the hope of sharing this passion with my university students and with a broader audience of curious lovers of learning - YOU! I look forward to sharing our learning adventure together as we dive into topics about evidence-based teaching and the science of learning. Here are some ways you can follow me on social media and show your support for this podcast:Twitter (@LukeIRowe)Instagram (learn_powerfully)Website (http://www.powerfullearning.net)YouTube (Powerful Learning, with Luke Rowe, Ph.D.) Buymeacoffee (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/learnpowerfully)Music is produced by Zac Nelson (Pixelate).
27 Aug 2022
10 Steps to Develop Great Learners with John Hattie
In this episode, we find out what it takes to make a great learner with the help of the very well known education expert and researcher, John Hattie. 👉 John SharesAbout his book, 10 Steps to Develop Great Learners and where the research has been drawn from and the aim of writing the bookHow he narrowed it down to 10What works BEST to increase learning (in schools).About the 10 mind framesWhy it is so important to let kids be kids and fully experience their childhood in the present momentWhat a Listening Parent isThe three main components of executive functioning The power of feedbackHow to frame struggle and failureAbout the Matthew EffectAbout the presence of dignity of riskHow to trust our childrenWhat to do when you don’t know what to doWhy children lose the excitement in learningHow to improve wellbeing in schoolsWhy we still have homeworkWhy you must choose a teacher, not a schoolThe Goldilocks principle of Expectation and EncouragementHow to promote a ‘language of learning’ in the home👉 Opt In For Free Downloadables👉 Links and Resourceshttps://www.visiblelearning.com/https://visible-learning.org/VISIBLE LEARNING: 10 STEPS TO DEVELOP GREAT LEARNERSFind his book here! Book Recommendation -Powerbroker: Robert Moses Biography by Robert Cairo👉 Guest DetailsJohn Hattie is Emeritus Laureate Professor at the Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne. H is on of the world’s best know and most widely read education experts and his Visible learning series of books have been translated into 29 different languages and have sold over 1 million copies.Wildlings Forest School Contact DetailsWebsiteFacebookInstagramYoutube PinterestLinked In👉 Did You Enjoy This Episode? If you enjoyed this episode and the Raising Wildlings podcast generally, we have a favour. Please take two minutes to subscribe, and to write a rating and a review. You can do that on Apple Podcasts right now by clicking here. If you are an Android user, you can follow the podcast on Spotify here and Google Podcasts here. Those actions will help the podcast reach more people, and we would be truly grateful. Thank you so much.
22 Aug 2022
Series 1. Episode 4. Interview with John Hattie - Evidence-Based Teaching (Part 1 of 2)
Powerful Learning Podcast
How do you know if you're an effective teacher? How do you interpret and evaluate evidence to inform your teaching practice? At least part of the answer to these questions must have something to do with the impact a teacher has on the learning of their students. But the next question of course is ‘How do we know that our students are learning?’ One way to answer this question is to make learning visible so that teachers and students can habitually monitor and evaluate the impact of their efforts. And who better to speak with than today’s guest, the world-renowned educator himself, Professor John Hattie. ---------------Are you new to the Powerful Learning Podcast? Welcome to the club! I'm your host Luke Rowe, Ph.D. I'm a researcher and university lecturer who specializes in evidence-based teaching and the science of learning. I’m extremely passionate about the learning sciences and I started this podcast with the hope of sharing this passion with my university students and with a broader audience of curious lovers of learning - YOU! I look forward to sharing our learning adventure together as we dive into topics about evidence-based teaching and the science of learning. Here are some ways you can follow me on social media and show your support for this podcast:Twitter (@LukeIRowe)Instagram (learn_powerfully)Website (http://www.powerfullearning.net)YouTube (Powerful Learning, with Luke Rowe, Ph.D.) Buymeacoffee (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/learnpowerfully)Music is produced by Zac Nelson (Pixelate).
19 Aug 2022
THROWBACK: Improving our Impact (Dr. John Hattie)
The Ed Essentials Podcast
Dr. John Hattie is a world-renowned researcher and author of Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-analyses Relating to Achievement. . Please Rate, Review, and Subscribe to The Ed Essentials Podcast . John Hattie's Books . Connect with Hunter: Ed Essentials --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/edessentials/support
13 Jun 2022
#002 – The Life Pedagogic: Professor John Hattie and Kyle Hattie
The CfEY Youth and Education Podcast
In the second episode of our 'Life Pedagogic' series, Baz Ramaiah interviews Professor John Hattie, author of 'Visible Learning', and his son, primary school teacher Kyle Hattie.
29 Apr 2022
Ep 202: 10 Steps to Develop Great Learners I John Hattie
Every parent wants to give their children the life they deserve and positive future. It’s possible that during our childhood we experienced educational gaps where our parents have missed passing down knowledge and important life lessons. It’s not their fault, they most likely weren’t taught those lesson by their parents, who weren’t taught by their parents and the list goes back generation by generation. So, how is it that we can we teach children lessons about something that we never learnt ourselves as a child? Well, we learn how to as an adult, from people like our special guest. Today we welcome John Hattie, one of the world’s best known and most widely read education experts. His Visible Learning series of books have been translated into 29 different languages and sold over 1 million copies. John is passionate education experts who will help us learn how we can close that gap through their newly launched book that is aimed to help support parents in children with a successful and happy life. We ask John questions including: You have a new book out, 10 Steps To Develop Great Learners - Visible Learning For Parents, tell us what the book is about in a nutshell? What’s the major theme? What can concerned parents and carers do to ensure their children, of all ages, develop great learning habits? Tell us a bit about your visible learning research John, and how you have applied that coparents this time around? In the book you offer a 10 step plan for nurturing curiosity and intellectual ambition - based on strong research, can you take us through some of those steps? How can we help parents and students communicate effectively with teachers? How do we promote a language of learning in the home? What do you say to parents who have high expectations of their children academically? Many parents are concerned about their children’s learning post covid, what advice would you give them? Why is failure most important to your child’s learning and development? What is the Goldilocks principle? For John’s full article, please go to: https://kiddipedia.com.au/10-steps-to-develop-great-learners/ For further info: https://visible-learning.org/ https://technologyforlearners.com/summary-of-john-hatties-research/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
11 Apr 2022
Visible Learning with Dr. John Hattie
After The Bell with Create-Abilities
During this episode we talk about Dr. John Hattie's visible learning research. We focus on teacher efficacy and expertise and the impact those two things have on student achievement. He talks about the need for courage and the safety we need to create to be able to have the hard conversations that will change the face of education. JOHN'S WEBSITE: https://visible-learning.org/ BECOME A PATRON, FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL, AND MORE: https://create-abilities.com/afterthebell/
11 Apr 2022
10 Steps To Develop Great Learners - Dr. John Hattie
The CharacterStrong Podcast
Today our guest is Dr. John Hattie, the Director of the Melbourne Educational Research Institute at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Hattie is also the author of Visible Learning and Visible Learning for Teachers, the result of 15 years of research. On this episode we talk about 10 Steps To Develop Great Learners: Visible Learning For Parents, Dr. Hattie’s newest book that he wrote with his son Kyle. Dr. Hattie also shares some of the mindframes that can help all of us that work with students. Professor John Hattie is a renowned researcher in education. His research interests include performance indicators, models of measurement and evaluation of teaching and learning. John Hattie became known to a wider public with the publication of his two books, Visible Learning and Visible Learning for Teachers, the result of 15 years of research. The books are a synthesis of more than 800 meta-studies covering more than 80 million students. The Visible Learning series has sold more than 1.5 million copies, and has been translated into 29 different languages. TES once called John “possibly the world’s most influential education academic.” He has been Director of the Melbourne Educational Research Institute at the University of Melbourne, Australia, since March 2011. Before, he was Project Director of asTTle and Professor of Education at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He holds a PhD from the University of Toronto, Canada. You can find a full CV of Professor John Hattie (PDF) at the website of the University of Auckland. Kyle Hattie is a Year 6 Teacher working in a Primary School in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. Over his 10-year career, he has taught at many year levels, from Prep to Year 6 in both Australia and New Zealand. Kyle has held various leadership titles and has a passion for understanding how students become learners.
25 Mar 2022
Higher Ed Heroes: What factors have the biggest impact on student learning? With John Hattie
Higher Ed Heroes
In this episode, Al and Seb speak to Prof John Hattie (University of Melbourne) about the few key factors that have the biggest impact on student learning. Based on analysis of more than 300 million students from around the globe (the world’s largest evidence-based study), John Hattie identified the key factors that improve student learning. His findings are equally impressive as they are eye-opening, inviting us to rethink what we – as teachers - do in our uni classrooms.
16 Nov 2021
Visible Learning, teacher mind frames and purpose of education with John Hattie
Agents of Hope
I had a conversation with John Hattie because of my interest in using the teaching strategies and approaches that can support learners to gain knowledge and skills whilst promoting intrinsic motivation and habits for lifelong learning. In this talk, John and I discuss; what is Visible Learning, the use and misuse of effect size calculations, factors that accelerate learning, interpretation of research and the purpose of education. We finish the conversation with John’s hopes for the future in his personal and professional life. I hope you enjoy the talk!Dr Nazam Hussain (Educational Psychologist)See below for links to references discussed in the talk. Hattie, J. (2012). Visible Learning for Teachers: Maximise Impact on Learning. London: Routledge.Hattie, J., & Yates, G.C. (2013). Visible Learning and the science of how we learn. New York: Routledge.Hattie, J., & Donoghue, G. (2016). Learning strategies: A synthesis and conceptual model. Nature: Science of Learning, 1. Accessed from https://thinkplusjourney.info/images/Hattie_and_Donoghue_-_Learning_strategies._A_synthesis_and_conceptual_model.pdfHattie, J., & Zierer, K. (2018). 10 Mindframes for Visible Learning. Teaching for Success. London: Routledge. Nuthall, G.A. (2007). The hidden lives of learners. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Research. Website with all the data for Visible Learning. Accessed from https://www.visiblelearningmetax.com/Support the show (https://www.ko-fi.com/agentsofhope)
18 Oct 2021