Aldar Academies Al Yasmina Academy held its first Teach Meet where select teachers presented effective teaching practices to over 200 people.
Dedicated to promoting John Hattie’s Visible Learning as a school, the practises included visible learning techniques, use of SOLO taxonomy, importance of feedback, and use of differentiation.
Other Aldar Academies schools and ADNOC schools were invited to benefit from the presentations.
In order to enable students in a positive and progressive manner, the school encourages collective teacher efficacy. This is the collective belief of teachers in their own ability to positively affect their learners. Collective Teacher Efficacy scores an incredible effect size of 1.57, meaning it is strongly associated with student achievement.
With teachers using visible learning approaches, students are able to reflect on their learning in a more coherent way, enhancing their skills to ensure they become global citizens.