Making Learning Visible
By Cathryn Stephens
Friday Venue Cost –
Cost includes morning tea
24 August 2012 Mt Alvernia College Early Bird: $198 And lunch.
9.00am – 3.00pm 82 Cremorne Road Full Price: $242
Kedron QLD 4031 EB: register by Friday 27 July
National Curriculum Series
With the National Curriculum fast approaching (and already beginning to be implemented in Queensland)
teachers and school leadership are looking for professional learning workshops that go beyond the
documentation on the ACARA or state organised websites. We partner teachers to develop National Curriculum
Documentation into practical, dynamic curriculum that teachers can readily implement in their school context
This workshop is designed to explore the key findings of John Hattie’s ground-breaking research into
what impacts learning. We will look at the top Effect Sizes and discuss the implications for the
You will build on your understanding of the importance of quality, varied feedback in the design
process. Explore Learning Goals and Success Criteria as tools for placing the student at the centre of
the learning process.
We will look at Peter Skillman’s Marshmallow Challenge as an activity that provides great insight into
the iterative process and how feedback plays a critical role in improving the final product, this links
with John Hattie’s Visible Learning concept powerfully, as his research identifies feedback as the single
most powerful influence over student learning.
The National Curriculum emphasises the need for students to develop capability in monitoring their
own learning, and for teachers to provide different types of feedback, whilst nationally regulated tests
(such as NAPLAN) focus on summative assessment of progression.
The workshop is highly practical and will enable teachers to walk away with:
A clear understanding of the top impacts on student learning,
How to implement Learning Goals and Success Criteria into their classroom
Ideas about how to use a range of feedback mechanisms throughout the learning process.
A unit/s of work that they have been able to develop using the Visible Learning framework for
more effective learning
A feeling of being reinvigorated about how we can build genuine learning partnerships with
About Cathryn Stephens
Cathryn is our Lead Educational designer. Cathryn has taught in secondary schools across all major sectors and at
both co-educational and girls’ schools. During her time in the classroom she has worked on a broad range of both
government and independent initiatives, focusing on immersion tasks and student-centred learning.
Cathryn is an energetic and creative personality with a passion for innovative educational practice and a strong
educational philosophy based on the view that teaching is, at its core, a relational vocation. Cathryn believes that
educational institutions can and must lead societies into a rapidly expanding future. She is a dynamic and energetic
speaker and inspirer for your school or workplace.
Cathryn holds a Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary), a Bachelor of Arts (English and History), as well as a
Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism, with units in Professional Writing and Public Relations .
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To be held on Friday 24 August 2012 9.00am – 3.00pm
@ Mt Alvernia College, 82 Cremorne Rd, Kedron Qld 4031
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