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Three worlds
Public world of
the Teacher
Influential world of
Peers
Students private
world
Who won stage 11 in the 1953 Tour de
France?
A) Livio Issoti B) Jean Robic
C) Louison Bobet D) Gino Bartali
Who won stage 11 in the 1953 Tour de
France?
A) John Fashanu B) Jean Robic
C) Skeletor D) Noel Edmonds
Students learn what they do
How do you know your students
are learning?
Jar bi cone
10, 11,12?
Jean Robic
11
As Nuthall(2007) has shown, 80% of
feedback a student receives about
his or her work in the elementary
(primary) school is...
“The one that I do not know”
ISBN 978-1-877398-24-7
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
Hidden lives of learners
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Hidden lives of learners

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these ar e teh slides I used to illustrate the power of Graham Nuthall work, and the need for teachers to serach out the learning taking place within their learning spaces.

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Hidden lives of learners

  1. 1. Three worlds Public world of the Teacher Influential world of Peers Students private world
  2. 2. Who won stage 11 in the 1953 Tour de France? A) Livio Issoti B) Jean Robic C) Louison Bobet D) Gino Bartali
  3. 3. Who won stage 11 in the 1953 Tour de France? A) John Fashanu B) Jean Robic C) Skeletor D) Noel Edmonds
  4. 4. Students learn what they do
  5. 5. How do you know your students are learning?
  6. 6. Jar bi cone 10, 11,12?
  7. 7. Jean Robic 11
  8. 8. As Nuthall(2007) has shown, 80% of feedback a student receives about his or her work in the elementary (primary) school is from other students. But 80% of this student provided feedback is incorrect! Hattie, J. Visible Learning 2009
  9. 9. “The one that I do not know”
  10. 10. ISBN 978-1-877398-24-7

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