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Visible Learning in Mathematics (for non-public educators)

When teaching is visible the student knows what to do and how to do it. When learning is visible the teacher knows if learning is occurring or not. Visible learning occurs when teachers see learning through the eyes of students and help them become their own teachers. Hattie, Fisher and Frey have curated visible learning strategies that impact K-12 math instruction in powerful ways. In this FREE one-hour virtual session, teachers will be introduced to surface learning, deep learning and transfer learning strategies, and explore how to apply them directly to math instruction. The workshop will feature a live presentation, with time at the end for Q&A.

THIS SESSION IS ONLY OPEN TO NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS THAT RESIDE WITHIN THE FOLLOWING LEAs: Bensalem Township, Bristol Borough, Central Bucks, Council Rock, Morrisville, Neshaminy, Pennridge, Pennsbury, and Quakertown.

PLEASE NOTE: This session will be held virtually via Zoom. The link will be sent to the email that you have linked to your My Learning Plan account. The link will be emailed to that email address 12-24 hours before the session. Please be sure to check that email account!


    Participants will learn strategies to make learning more visible in the classroom.
    Participants will reflect on current classroom practices that promote visible learning.
    Participants will engage with resources that can be used to promote visible learning in the clasdroom

***for non-public educators only***

Event Details

Location: Virtual Session

Event Dates

Wednesday 03 November 4:00 PM

Event Options

Act 48 Hours: 1
In County Cost: Free
Out of County Cost: Free
Non Act 48 Hours: 1
In County Cost: Free
Out of County Cost: Free