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Do you use classroom case studies?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by StarbuckEducation, Oct 29, 2017.

  1. StarbuckEducation

    StarbuckEducation New commenter

    Since teaching I have found one of the best resources I was shown was to make simple case studies of children in my class. I would pick a cross-section of children for example it might be pupil premium, second language and a gifted and talented pupil. Each month I would make a little note of their progress and targets. It proves to be a valuable tool for me in regards to reporting pupil progress, ofsted inspection meetings and overviewing larger teams with many classes.

    I wondered if anyone here also uses this approach and how have you found it impacts your planning, practice and cohort?

    I also made a video explaining it here.

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