Visible Learning Guide to Student Achievement critically examines the major influences shaping student achievement today. A revision of the International Guide to Student Achievement, this updated edition provides readers with a more accessible compendium of research summaries – with a particular focus on the school sector.
This book provides practitioners and policymakers with relevant material and research-based instructional strategies that can be readily applied in classrooms and schools to maximise achievement.
Based on empirically supported research, the content comprises seven sections, each of which begins with an insightful synthesis of major findings and relevant updates from the literature since the publication of the first Guide. These are followed by key entries, all of which have been recently revised by the authors to reflect research developments. The sections conclude with user-friendly tables that succinctly identify the main influences on achievement and practical implications for educators.
Written by world-renowned education thinkers John Hattie and Eric M Anderman, this book is a essential reference for any teacher, school leader and parent wanting to maximize learning in our schools.
John Hattie is Laureate Professor at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne.
Eric M Anderman is Professor of Educational Psychology in the Department of Educational Studies at The Ohio State University. He is a recipient of the Richard E. Snow Early Career Achievement Award from the American Psychological Association (APA), and he served as President of Division 15 of APA in 2008. He is a fellow of both APA and the American Educational Research Association. In addition to authoring and editing several books, he serves on the editorial boards of several major journals. He currently is the editor of the Theory into Practice journal.
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