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What works best in education : the politics of collaborative expertise / John Hattie.

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Record Number 17483
Author Hattie, John
Title What works best in education : the politics of collaborative expertise / John Hattie. [ElectronicResource]
Published London : Pearson, 2015.
Collation 29 p. [PDF]
Series Open ideas
Summary Note "So, my claim is that the greatest influence on student progression in learning is having highly expert, inspired and passionate teachers and school leaders working together to maximise the effect of their teaching on all students in their care. There is a major role for school leaders: to harness the expertise in their schools and to lead successful transformations. There is also a role for the system: to provide the support, time and resources for this to happen. Putting all three of these (teachers, leaders, system) together gets at the heart of collaborative expertise." - p. 2.
Topical Term Academic achievement
Teacher effectiveness
Effective teaching
Internet Site https://www.pearson.com/content/dam/corporate/global/pearson-dot-com/files/hattie/150526_ExpertiseWEB_V1.pdf
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