Eastridge Elementary School in Amarillo, TX, was designated as Stage 1 by the State of Texas for low performance on state standardized assessments. Read how Visible Learningplus was a natural next step for this campus to move from a focus on developing teacher efficacy to a focus on student learning and developing students as assessment-capable learners. Read more here.
Schools cannot rely solely on graduation requirements and test scores as a proxy for quality education aims and measures. Students and community members deserve a more compelling and complete set of goals and metrics. Read more here.
This pilot study of the Visible Classroom Project - Using transcripts of classes to promote effective teacher practices - took place in schools throughout London and the West Midlands. Read the report here.
Debate about school standards is obsessed with the wrong things. We need to teach our children how to learn and give them more opportunity to learn from each other. Findings of intensive analysis of data from across the world, part-funded by the Department for Education as part of the What Works Network line up metacognition, feedback and peers as powerful things for schools to focus on. Read further here.