20 Oct 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

Olivier Dumon calls on the EU Commission to embrace policies which will enable big data to transform the education sector in Europe.

15 Oct 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

Another nation looks to transform its Education system as Cho Hi-yeon the Seoul education superintendent is looking to transform the city’s education system through offering equal opportunities in learning.

13 Oct 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

Will the next generation be able to compete on the international job market? In light of the release of a new report, Australian Education Minister Chris Pyne calls for an improvement of the national curriculum. Read more here.

24 Sep 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

A recent study revealed that British high school teachers spend on average less than half of their working week in the classroom. British Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has announced plans to change this, reports Graeme Paton here.

23 Sep 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

While the endpoint of the education system is student learning, what administrators have the most direct control over is the quality of the teachers. Ben Johnson argues the importance of teacher professional development here.

19 Sep 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

 Suzie Boss looks at John Hattie's research in relation to project-based learning and current discussions of a gold standard for PBL. Read the full article here. 

17 Sep 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

Measuring teacher performance will always be a contentious issue. Matthew DiCarlo examines the new teacher evaluation system in New York State here.

16 Sep 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

Using games in the classroom as a learning device, for many teachers, is percieved as being loaded with obstacles. Jordan Shapiro presents the outcomes to a recent survey. The responses may surprise you.

15 Sep 2014 in Visible Learning for Education Systems

Catholic schools have been hit hard in the past 10 years in the bid to remain relevant. Today, the scales have tipped and this sector is emerging as potential winners in ed-tech. Read the story of courage and inspiration here.

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