Visible Learning is a website publicising the work of John Hattie. Based on Hattie's 2008 book Visible Learning in which he synthesised over 800 meta-analyses of educational research covering more than 80 million students. Findings are reported in terms of an effect size. It is one of the largest collections of evidence-based research about what works in education.
The Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills project was an initiative of the University of Melbourne conducted between 2009-2012. It was concerned with preparing students to live and work in an information-age society, including the use of new forms of assessment appropriate to ways of thinking and working that feature digital components. Various publications are available from the online project archive.
Personal website of the Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London and influential educationalist, Dylan Wiliam. A range of papers, presentations and other resources are available for free download.
Personal website of Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia, and influential educationalist, Daniel Willingham. A range of papers, videos and other resources are available for free download. Willingham is an advocate for the use of scientifically based approaches to classroom teaching and education policy. He is a critic of the idea of learning styles and has warned of the dangers of uninformed application of vogue ideas in education.