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Educ. Sci., Volume 9, Issue 2 (June 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Visible Learning is one of the most influential research initiatives conducted in the educational [...] Read more. Visible Learning is one of the most influential research initiatives conducted in the educational field in the past few decades. Around the world, educators are learning about the highest-leverage factors for student achievement, as identified in Hattie’s evolving lists of best practices. However, Visible Learning will only have an impact on student learning if it is implemented effectively in schools. Poor quality professional development likely leads to poor quality implementation and, possibly, poor student learning. This paper explores how instructional coaching, a popular model of professional development, could be employed to support high-quality implementation of Visible Learning. The paper provides a summary of the author’s research on instructional coaching and a step-by-step exploration of how instructional coaching could be used to support implementation of Visible Learning. View this paper.