Presentation on theme: "Name: Teacher:. Assessment No. Title of Assessment: Grade Achieved: What I did well: To improve, next time I need to: Version 1 Came out of."— Presentation transcript:
Assessment No. Title of Assessment: Grade Achieved: What I did well: To improve, next time I need to: Version 1 Came out of my work on AfL strategies. Students were focused on their grades and little else! Wanted to build in regular opportunities for the students to reflect on their assessments and really think about where their marks were being gained or lost.
Title of Assessment Grade Achieved: /20 /26 What I did well: To improve, next time I need to: Weakness of Knowledge Version 2 Amended to incorporate the changes to marking, where additional marks are now awarded for SPaG. Helped the students to grasp the implications of good/bad SpaG - Grades move up or down. Weakness of knowledge – identifies areas where students need to focus revision.
Name: AS Teachers: A2 Teachers: Extended to AS/A2 Enables much tighter tracking of student progress as the booklet is shared between the 2 teachers. Can identify common areas of concern. Build a body of evidence across the 2 years of the course. Great evidence for reports, review meetings and UCAS applications.
Name: Form: Teacher: Year 7 Teacher: Year 8 Teacher: Year 9 Extended to KS3 Enables much tighter tracking of student progress as the booklet is shared between their teachers throughout the key stage. Provides great evidence for discussions with parents. Builds the self evaluation skills needed at GCSE. Helps with discussions at options time.