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Discussion in 'Science' started by mickymilan, May 24, 2011.

  1. mickymilan

    mickymilan New commenter

    Does anyone know where I can get hold of an APP task with levels based on electrical circuits

  2. p1j39

    p1j39 New commenter

    I'm sorry if this comes across as unhelpful - it isn't meant to be.
    You should not be doing APP tasks but instead applying APP assessment criteria as part of yuor AfL strategy in your usual and general teaching. If you only teach and assess to the APP framework, you are, IMHO, robbing your students of valuable learning experiences.

    Instead, think about what you want your students to learn and set them a task that allows them to demonstrate that.
  3. mickymilan

    mickymilan New commenter

    I have to do it as part of an assignment. Smart ars
  4. moose2

    moose2 New commenter

    Whoooo! They've got a good point Mickymilan - and **** has an e on the end !!!!
  5. wire247

    wire247 New commenter

    I completely agree

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