Our new Marking and Assessment Pack helps schools reflect on their own practice, identify what works and what does not, plus providing a range of new and simple to implement strategies.
The publication covers the following aspects :
- why mark ?
- what effect does feedback have ? is it all positive ?
- variations between oral and written feedback and their impact
- the use of triple impact marking : possible benefits and disadvantages
- how many errors do we focus on ? Is there a maximum or optimum minimum?
- the difference between corrections and feedback
- treating different types of wrong answer differently
- does time matter in relation to feedback ? does frequency matter ?
- MMM Marking
- quantity versus quality
- the danger of using marking just to provide evidence of intervention
- the eight building blocks of effective feedback
- the impact of dialogic marking
- can we reduce teacher workload without affecting achievement
- the impact of target setting and feedback : the evidence showing the impact
of short (day to day) and long term (more than two week) targets
- the value of fine-grained, qualitative targets
- what research shows us about pupils views of feedback and marking
- what if we just stopped marking altogether ? what impact on outcomes ?
- developing a ‘hard thinking’ strategy and approach in your school
- marking in the moment
- minimal marking
- marking conferences
- front-end feedback
- register feedback
- strategic sampling
- where next for your school ?
As well as a printed version, purchasers will get access to a complete set of digital versions of the materials, so allowing you to adapt them to your circumstances.