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factors that impact students' learning
Transcript of factors that impact students' learning
Has shown to delay loss of cognitive function
Physically 'fit' individuals performed better on various learning methods
Exercise helps to stimulate student's learning
Factors that impact students' learning
Small differences however need to recognized
Boys less engaged in English and tend to not understand why they are studying a particular subject
Girls use memorizing and rehearsal strategies and show a greater interest in verbal areas
Both showed a decreased motivation to learn from 5th to 9th Grade
Direct relationship between nutrition and cognitive capacity
Malnourishment can lead to a variety of deficiencies in the classroom
Significance of a good breakfast
Some children are born with cognitive impairment.
Some have poor study habits.
We can form study groups to improve literacy and numeracy & also to help with homework.
We need to establish individual learning goals to meet the needs of each student and lead them to the next stage.
(Hattie Teacher Growth Guide 2.2)
The effects on education
A large number of students fall under this category due to the diverse range of learning/physical abilities
20/25% of students have some sort of learning disability. These include intellectual, physical or sensory deficits, emotional or behavioural difficulties and inadequate environmental experiences
TAILORING CURRICULUM for EVERYONE?
students get bored if curriculum is unstimulating
bright students get bored if they are not challenged
competitive testing/NAPLAN environment inhibits individual learning
-KEEP OUR KIDS HAPPY AND ENJOYING LEARNING!
-VYGOTSKY ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT
Hattie: teachers to use a variety of instructional strategies/assessment to match students unique learning goals
(Growth Guide 1.2, 2.5 & 7.2)
Links to Physical Disabilities
Obesity rates have tripled over the last 30 years
Recent study suggests obese children may have more structural abnormalities of the brain and experience lower cognitive function
Is the classroom
MAYBE WE NEED TO ADJUST CLASS TIMES TO SUIT?
Learn in the mornings?
LAYOUT OF THE ROOM
- is it teacher-centric or democratic?
- Is it catering for visual learners (who like to sit up front?)
- can everyone see the teacher/whiteboard/audio visual?
THE TEACHER NEEDS TO CREATE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT ENCOURAGES ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT!
(Hattie Teacher Growth Guide 5.1)
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VISIBLE LEARNING DOCUMENT
Research and Proven Practices of Dr. John Hattie
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What is anxiety?
Potential causes of anxiety
The effects on learning
What is aggression?
Potential causes of aggression
The effects on learning
What is Oppositional Defiance Disorder?
The effects on learning
Poor resources/equipment leave students at a disadvantage.
Remote communities struggle to keep kids in school.
The solution might be in VET programs...
Low SES parents versus High SES parents
Example of difficult home environment: Alcoholic homes
Academic performance of students heavily depends upon the parental involvement
Poor study habits and lower attendance positively correlated with poor academic achievement
Varies greatly from student to student
Influenced by family and home environments as well as other varying factors
Create an emotionally safe classroom environment
Positive teacher-student relationships
It's a complicated web of factors that can inhibit learning! The underlying lesson for us is that teachers need to KNOW and understand their STUDENTS!!! We need to adapt the classroom and teaching strategies to foster learning in all students - as best we can.