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Mick Walters pentagon model

Discussion in 'Primary' started by fatbloke, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. Do you know where I can find information about Mick Walters pentagon model. It allows you to assess children in 5 areas;
    • attainment
    • general knowledge
    • contribution to school (clubs, school council etc.)
    • wide relationships (with peers/ circle of friends)
    • relationship with adults (wanting to please/ being helpful)
    Any links, info or experiences of using it would be useful.
    Thanks
     
  2. Do you know where I can find information about Mick Walters pentagon model. It allows you to assess children in 5 areas;
    • attainment
    • general knowledge
    • contribution to school (clubs, school council etc.)
    • wide relationships (with peers/ circle of friends)
    • relationship with adults (wanting to please/ being helpful)
    Any links, info or experiences of using it would be useful.
    Thanks
     
  3. tafkam

    tafkam Occasional commenter

    He spoke to us at our school about using this model - and that's about all there was to it.
    He drew a set of five lines (as if radiating from the centre to the vertices of a pentagon) and then marked along each line a value for each of the categories - imagining perhaps a score out of 10 marked along the line - and then joined them up. The sort of thing that Excel calls a 'Radar'
     

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