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Influences on student learning Influences on student learning

  title={Influences on student learning Influences on student learning},
  author={John A. C. Hattie},
I welcome the opportunity to speak to my colleagues and friends on the research I wish to undertake during my next years here at the University of Auckland. This is my third Inaugural lecture since I became a Professor 15 years ago, hence I have learnt to take this opportunity seriously and cast a vision, as there are so few opportunities to talk to colleagues one’s own esoterica and passions. Maybe it is that I just need to same thing three times to at least say something, and I know my family… 
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