Special Issue "Visible Learning – What’s next? A Decade after An Educational Milestone"
A special issue of Education Sciences (ISSN 2227-7102).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2018)
Hardly any other work has been so widely discussed in recent years as John Hattie's Visible Learning. Times Educational Supplement spoke of this book relating to the Holy Grail was released in 2008, and after ten years it is time to review and re-evaluate this work and its impact. The following questions are of particular interest here:
- What is special about "Visible Learning" and how can we trace the history of its origins to this day?
- In retrospect, how can the reception of "Visible Learning" in the scientific community be portrayed?
- In retrospect, how can the reception of "Visible Learning" be presented in practice?
- In which are as of pedagogy has "Visible Learning" already brought about sustainable changes?
- What are the core messages from "Visible Learning" that have received little attention so far?
- What criticism was made of "Visible Learning" – which criticism was justified and which criticism was unjustified?
- What is the future of a synthesis of meta-analysis?
The Special Issue of Education Science addresses these questions and is the first international journal to dedicate its own issue to the work of John Hattie.Prof. Dr. Klaus Zierer
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