(03:19-04:43) Best Practices
(04:44-06:13) Comparison to Traditional Education
In ‘Flipped’ Classrooms, a Method for Mastery
NY Times Blog by TINA ROSENBERG - The Flipped Classroom as a Mastery Learning Model - This article connects flipped learning and mastery.Through the use of flipped lesson, the author demonstrates how the teacher can focus on personalized instruction and mastery in the classroom. She provides useful examples of what a mastery based flipped classroom would look like and suggestions to achieve such an environment.
Hattie Ranking: Influences And Effect Sizes Related To Student Achievement
Official John Hattie Website on Making Learning Visible. This website offers a clear overview of the effect size of research-based instructional strategies on student achievement. In addition to the breakdown on effect size, the site includes videos explaining effect size and strategies, as well as interviews with and presentations by John Hattie.
Harvard Graduate School of Education : Project Zero, Making Learning Visible
This site provides insights from the research on the application of making learning visible. In particular, this project focused on building a culture of community in the classroom to impact change and increase achievement.
Making Learning Visible
This is the official website of making learning visible.
Dr. Douglas Reeves - Toxic Grading Practices
Reeves explains the problem with using a 0 in classroom grading practices and provides practical strategies for alternatives to using a 0. This is a must see video for any educator considering changing the culture of grades in their classroom.