Get your students to organise their note taking with this simple strategy.
Save yourself time and effort marking and providing feedback!
ALL of Jamie Clark’s fantastic resources available here, for free!!
Try this simple, editing/DIRT/correcting activity…
Save yourself some time by using this Marking Crib Sheet to provide effective feedback!
Resources:A good awareness of your mark scheme!What to do:Instead of giving students a final grade and mark for their piece of work/assessment/mock exam and so on, try giving them the number of marks they are off the next grade instead.Do
Design your self a template like this one below by @FKRitson or click here to read Fiona’s blog explaining this whole idea in greater detail.
@vicgoddard these have been successful home/school communication. Very interesting comments back from parents 🙂
Resources:Fake Text website- click here!Click here for other really useful websites!What to do:
saw the marking plaster idea on @ASTsupportAAli blog-have adapted with an iPhone chat sticker with pupil response pic.twitter.com/ormsJIKRAu
— L Crean (@LCreanGeog) July 22, 2015
Whatever your school’s marking policy is and whatever the expectation you have on you, this post contains a selection of marking and feedback related posts from here on the toolkit!All will simply speed up, make easier or help with the way
Resources:A brick wall template- download from here.
Using this tomorrow – thanks @jobaker9 and @pekabelo – love it! Xx pic.twitter.com/zdTDiIX9ZI
— Art Teacher (@LeedsArtTeacher) October 7, 2014
What to do:Use this template to log all the feedback/changes you
Not a regular/usual post from me but more of a summary of the key messages I learnt today at #TLT14…Session 1:@TeacherTweaks workshop on differentiation. Their blog here. Presentation here.
Teacher tweaks #tlt14 presentation from debbieandmel
Resources:Click here for the History Plasters and here for the Geography plasters (adapted from my plasters- these have been made by https://twitter.com/Shaun_80)
What to do:When correcting common mistakes use the HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY marking plasters instead! Saves you time and makes feedback
Resources:Click here for template and here for PowerPoint with examples
Guest post by @LoveLearning84
What to do:
Used to develop literacy marking across the curriculum, these SPAG stickers are placed into
Resources:A coloured penWhat to do:When students are completing whatever task you have asked them to do, simply go round to their exercise book/worksheet/task and place a dot next to a mistake.Just one simple dot next to the mistakes.The aim is
Resources:Letter to send home to parents including title/objective of homework, along with the mark scheme and grading criteria. What to do:In order to get parents more engaged with their childs’ learning and to generate an increase in student’s motivation in homework,
Download the Template from here by @PhysicsDave
and here by @HulaHurdle
What to do:
When correcting common mistakes use the science plaster instead! Saves you time and makes feedback more engaging for students?The science plasters contain text instructing students on