Thoughts on managing variability: RAG123 is not the same as traffic lights

I’ve written regularly about RAG123 since November 2013 and since starting it as an initial trial in November I still view it as the single most important thing I’ve discovered as a teacher. It’s now absolutely central to my teaching practice, but I do fear that at times people misunderstand what RAG123 is all about. They see the colours and they decide it is just another version of traffic lighting or thumbs up/across/down AFL. I’m sure it gets dismissed as “lazy marking”, but the reality is that it is much, much more than marking.

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