Marking as an act of love? How feedback enhances learning and proves progress

Provider: Herts for Learning
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Description Effective feedback and the formative process that it involves has been shown time and again to significantly affect pupil progress. Furthermore, a key factor when Ofsted make judgements about schools is whether the pupils are making progress, and they judge this, not only by observing lessons, but through looking at exercise books and examples of pupils’ work. This half day course will explore in a practical way how effective feedback can be integrated into lessons and through marking. The ideas and strategies explored will be relevant to all teachers from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 5. The session will focus on: - how progress can be visible in books and what Ofsted look for - strategies to give verbal and written feedback that scaffolds learning and development - techniques to develop pupil centred learning through self and peer assessment / collaborative improvement which lead to progress within the lesson
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students By attending the course participants will:have a chance to reflect on their own books and see where progress in learning could be further enhanced through lesson activities or formative markinggain practical strategies for immediate use for written and ve
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