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
Student exercise books/work marked to a high level with challenging questions, comments and support to guide them to improve their work.
It’s also a great idea to