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Making Feedback Count: “Close the Gap”

Recently I have been looking again at the issue of marking. It is a hugely important source of feedback provided that we keep the volume of marking in proportion to the level of impact it can have in improving learning outcomes.  I’ve discussed this in a much-read earlier post: Marking in Perspective: Selective, Formative, Effective, … Continue reading

Marking in Perspective: Selective, Formative, Effective, Reflective

Marking in Perspective: Selective, Formative, Effective, Reflective Context and Motivation I’m feeling relieved, smug and virtuous because I’ve just marked some books. It feels good because a) it was overdue and, hence, was having that ‘albatross’ effect; b) for a change I am looking forward to going into my class tomorrow without feeling guilty and … Continue reading

Bringing AfL Alive in Every Classroom

These issues of Learning Lessons describe a range of strategies for bringing formative assessment alive in every classroom.  Click this image to view the pdf online via Issuu: The next issue in the series by MFL specialist Alex Steele. It  cannot be recommended highly enough – it is packed with practical strategies and interesting approaches … Continue reading

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