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Visible Learning: Feedback, Aug/2018

Visible Learning: Feedback, Aug/2018

Author(s): John Hattie, Shirley Clarke
ISBN13: 9781138599895
ISBN10: 1138599891
Format: Paperback
Pages: 188
Publisher: Routledge
Year Publish: 2018 August

Feedback is arguably the most critical and powerful aspect of teaching and learning. Yet, there remains a paradox: why is feedback so powerful and why is it so variable? It is this paradox which Visible Learning: Feedback aims to unravel and resolve.

Combining research excellence, theory and vast teaching expertise, this book covers the principles and practicalities of feedback, including:

  1. the variability of feedback,
  2. the importance of surface, deep and transfer contexts,
  3. student to teacher feedback,
  4. peer to peer feedback,
  5. the power of within lesson feedback and manageable post-lesson feedback.

With numerous case-studies, examples and engaging anecdotes woven throughout, the authors also shed light on what creates an effective feedback culture and provide the teaching and learning structures which give the best possible framework for feedback.

Visible Learning: Feedback brings together two internationally known educators and merges Hattie’s world-famous research expertise with Clarke’s vast experience of classroom practice and application, making this book an essential resource for teachers in any setting, phase or country.

About the Authors:

John Hattie is Laureate Professor at the University of Melbourne, Australia and chair of the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership. He is the author of the globally bestselling Visible Learning series of books and co-edited with Eric Anderman the original International Guide to Student Achievement published in 2013.

Shirley Clarke is an internationally known expert on the practical application of the principles of formative assessment. Her career includes teaching, test writing, lecturing for 10 years at the Institute of Education, University of London and directing numerous national research projects. Her bestselling books have made assessment practice relevant and accessible.