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Natalya Borisenko 1
  • 1 Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education, 9 Mokhovaya str., p. 4, Moscow, 125009, Russian Federation

“Barometers” of Influence, or Factors Which Have the Greatest Impact on Learning
A Review of John C. Hattie (2009) Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement

2018. No. 1. P. 257–265 [issue contents]
Natalya Borisenko - Candidate of Sciences in Philology, Leading Researcher, Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education. Address: 9 Mokhovaya str., p. 4, Moscow, 125009, Russian Federation. E-mail: borisenko_natalya@list.ru

This review article discusses the results of a fundamental research on factors affecting the educational achievements of students. Among the discussed concepts are meta-analysis, synthesis of meta-analyses, barometers of influence, and effect size. The author presents an abstract overview of the book contents by chapters and analyses the six main sources of influence: the student, the family, the school, the teacher, the curricula, and teaching and learning approaches. Examples of specific factors (including effect size) are presented, such as biographical factors, feedback, meta-cognitive strategies, repeated reading programs, homework, school finances, class size, etc. The reviewer draws the conclusion that, despite its uniqueness, which appears in the coverage of meta-analyses and the amount of considered factors, the results of John Hattie’s study should be transferred to Russian educational practice very cautiously.
Citation: Borisenko N. (2018) «Barometr vliyaniya», ili Kakie faktory okazyvayut naibol'shee vozdeystvie na obuchenie
Retsenziya na knigu: Dzhon Khetti «Vidimoe obuchenie» [“Barometers” of Influence, or Factors Which Have the Greatest Impact on Learning
A Review of John C. Hattie (2009) Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement

]. Voprosy obrazovaniya / Educational Studies Moscow, no1, pp. 257-265.
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