|Guest post by @stacemeaney|
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What to do:
These tickets can be used to differentiate and also to encourage self and peer-assessment.
Each student will take 3 ‘learning journeys’ during the lesson.
- The first, should be something straightforward, which the students will self-assess.
- The second, should be something a little more challenging, that the students will ask a peer to assess.
- Finally, the third activity should be something more complex, that you, the teacher, will assess.
Every time an activity or ‘journey’ is completed and assessed, it should be hole-punched, in a similar way, to the way a railway ticket is punched by an inspector.
Students can be differentiated for, by planning different journeys.
The attached example was differentiated three ways within a mixed ability year 8 group.
Could be easily adapted as an exit pass, where there is a self-assessed task, a parent-assessed task and then a teacher-assessed task!