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25th Annual JASCD Spring Conference

  • Seisen International School 1-12-15 Yoga Setagaya, Tokyo Japan (map)

Learning Visibly: The Science of How We Learn

  • Learn about the most impactful learning strategies and how they can unlock learning
  • Find out about the ways you learn, so you can see learning through the eyes of your students
  • Have a toolkit of effective learning strategies for your classroom and your own learning

Registration Below!

Professor John Hattie and the Visible Learning team know about the learning strategies that have the greatest impact on learners – they know what works! – from attending this conference, you will be able to use the evidence from Professor Hattie’s most recent research to plan effective learning in your classroom.

There is a science to learning and we are finding out more and more about what works best to support the learning processes that make a difference for your learners. During the conference, you will hear how learning strategies can be used to maximize impact so that learners develop the skill, the will and the thrill of learning! You will engage in hands on activities and learn first-hand about your learning processes and those of your learners – as the puzzle of learning is revealed throughout the day.

Presenter Bio


Professor John Hattie is currently the Director of Melbourne Education Research Institute at the University of Melbourne, a position he has held since March 2011. He is also Honorary Professor of Education at the University of Auckland. John is the Senior Advisor for Visible LearningPlus, a division of Cognition Education Limited. John is one of New Zealand’s most internationally acclaimed academics. He has been both Professor and Chair of Educational Research Methodology at the University of North Carolina.

Professor Hattie regularly advises governments in New Zealand, Australia and the United States. He has authored or co-authored 17 books and more than 500 papers.

Earlier Event: December 5
Try it on Monday in Japanese 2015