TER #087 – The Teaching & Learning Toolkit with Tanya Vaughan and Janet Clinton – 5 March 2017

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Main Feature: Dr Tanya Vaughan and Professor Janet Clinton talk discuss the Teaching and learning Toolkit, which provides summaries of education research to identify the impact and cost of various teaching and school management strategies.

Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler questions online discussions about research in education; Education in the News, What impact do minimum wage shave on student learning? and Cameron discusses recent reports of schools that exclude students from exams in order to maintain higher results.

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00.00 Opening Credits

01:19 Intro – Gonski Campaign Bus

06:18 Off Campus – Dan Haesler

16:58 Students and Minimum Wages

23:21 Excluding students for school reputation

34:55 Feature Introduction

37:34 Feature Interview – Dr Tanya Vaughan and Prof. Janet Clinton

1:08:43 Discussion

1:20:11 Quote & Sign Off

2 thoughts on “TER #087 – The Teaching & Learning Toolkit with Tanya Vaughan and Janet Clinton – 5 March 2017

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  2. Thanks I just stumbled on your podcasts. There are a lot of questions I would have liked to have asked. Why does the EEF have an effect size of 0.1 = 1 months progress? Whereas Hattie has 0.4 = 1 years progress. That is a big difference!

    Looking specifically at feedback why does the EEF use very different studies compared to Hattie?

    Also, why are Hattie’s top ranked influences – self report, Piagetian programs and teacher collective efficacy not even mentioned in the EEF list?

    Currently here in Melbourne, the leadership training designed by the Vic Education Dept, the No.1 priority is we MUST read Hattie’s book on Teacher Collective Efficacy.The Ed Dept make out like this is fact but it is not mentioned by EEF?

    Also, Janet Clinton does not reveal she is John Hattie’s wife and I think that is important for listeners to know.

    Clinton gives ability grouping a bad rap, but I don’t believe the evidence is that straight forward – see Dylan Wiliam. Also, she promotes “Mastery Learning” but she does not seem to know that one of the preconditions for mastery learning is similar ability groups! See one of the world experts – Mark McCourt – “Teaching for Mastery”

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