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Developing peer and self assessment in my Primary School

Discussion in 'Assessment' started by mrcooldude, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. mrcooldude

    mrcooldude Occasional commenter

    As title says, I'm looking to develop peer assessment and self assessment in my school. Currently, the children will write their own Success Criteria and self assess at the end. As well as this their peers will sometimes give feedback using a grid. In maths the children use a approach which encompasses using talk to improve their understanding - this is also an opportunity for the children to give feedback. We've got the ball rolling but I feel it could be far more effective.

    What do you use? Have you got any systems in place that have really moved forward self and peer assessment in your school?

    Cheers
     
  2. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    I think it is about embedding the practice and not expecting impact over night - I think that the latter is responsible for the 'failure ' of AFL in many settings to be honest. That and a ' tick list ' approach . Not meant to be a quick fix ? Consider the Weightwatchers model. Agreed goals, small steps, collaborative approach, celebrating success. I deliver on AFL and could possibly dig out some PPTS to support you if you pm me.
     
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  3. mrcooldude

    mrcooldude Occasional commenter

    Thanks for this. I have pm'd you!
     
  4. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Great but I need an e mail add ;)
     
  5. mrcooldude

    mrcooldude Occasional commenter

    Sorry I'll do that now!
     

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