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Hattie's 6 Factors of Educational Success

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Priscila Fojan

on 21 April 2014

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Transcript of Hattie's 6 Factors of Educational Success

Factors of Educational Success
Priscila Fojan - CEP 815 - Spring 2014
Chapter 3

Hattie, J. (2008). Visible Learning. New York: Routledge.
Hattie's 6 Factors of Educational Success
The Child
The Home
The Teacher
The Curricula
The School
The Pedagogy
Contributions include:
prior knowledge of learning
openness to new experiences
life long learning;
understand one's learning ability & style
The Child
The Learner
Family and Community
Contributions include:
parental expectations for child
parental aspirations for child
parental knowledge of school
home & community environment
The Home
Most Promising with Technology
Hattie wrote, “The act of teaching requires deliberate interventions to ensure that there is cognitive change in the student” (p. 23).

Each factor contributes to how our students succeed and for the most success to occur we need all factors to coexist.

What are these factors?
Most Problematic
with Technology
The Facilitator
Contributions include:
quality of teaching perceived by students
teacher's expectations & clarity
teacher's conceptions (teaching, learning, assessments, & students)
classroom environment & climate
teacher's openness
fostering of effort & engagement of students
The Teacher
"What" is being Taught
Contributions include:
balance of surface & deep understanding
developing learning strategies to construct meaning
planned, deliberate, & explicit strategies
programs that teach specific skills & deep understanding
lead to engagement, problem solving, & enjoyment of students
The Curriculum
Least Influenced
with Technology
The Location
Contributions include:
Safe & caring learning environment
Peer influences
Classroom management
Student involvement
The School
Positive Reinforcement
"How" it is being taught
Contributions include:
focus on learning intentions & success criteria
multiple opportunities & challenging tasks
teach different learning strategies
plan & reflect on teaching strategies
collect feedback from students
use constructive criticism to reform classroom practices
The Pedagogy
Most influenced
with Technology
Learning Strategies
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