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Creating a reflective cycle practice in students

Discussion in 'Assessment' started by jayates, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. It is essential to get pupils involved in your feedback and reflecting on your comments in a positive way. Here is what a suggest: a) Carefully identify the success criteria for the particular aspect of workb) In theory the students should be aware of the success criteriac) Mark the work and indicate to the students the which aspect of the success criteria the students needs to work on, if necessary providing an example to help them make progressd) Provide a target question to attempt which links directly to this success criteria which the pupil needs to work one) The student then attempts this as part of a homework or as a starter in the next lessonf) This 'forces' the pupils to read your comments and reflect on your suggestionsg) if the student got all the work correct - set an extension target question which requires some independent thinking/research J Yates
     
  2. It is essential to get pupils involved in your feedback and reflecting on your comments in a positive way. Here is what a suggest: a) Carefully identify the success criteria for the particular aspect of workb) In theory the students should be aware of the success criteriac) Mark the work and indicate to the students the which aspect of the success criteria the students needs to work on, if necessary providing an example to help them make progressd) Provide a target question to attempt which links directly to this success criteria which the pupil needs to work one) The student then attempts this as part of a homework or as a starter in the next lessonf) This 'forces' the pupils to read your comments and reflect on your suggestionsg) if the student got all the work correct - set an extension target question which requires some independent thinking/research J Yates
     

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