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Maths No Problem - How are you evaluating lessons?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Flo71, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. Flo71

    Flo71 New commenter

    We are in our first term of Maths No Problem. Pupils self mark, as per the training we received, but surely this means we still need to check workbooks daily. How are other schools managing this? One suggestion in ours has been grids with lesson numbers, pupils' names and then a code to show they have done in the lesson. Help!
  2. Josh7

    Josh7 Occasional commenter

    double post
  3. Josh7

    Josh7 Occasional commenter

    That's pretty much what I do. I made bookmarks on card for each workbook - table on both sides. The children colour code how they think they've got on green, yellow or red, we class mark the books, I skim through and colour code onto the bookmark the same way. I nearly didn't bother with the bookmarks this year, it is more time consuming than just skimming through the self marked books & giving 1, 2 or 3 ticks.

    We've been implementing Maths No Problem for 5 years now, the two year groups in which I've worked use bookmarks, the others mark the books in the traditional way.

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