A bit more on marking

f(maths)

So, back to my least favourite part of teaching: marking. We have a system at my school whereby students complete a piece of work and get a “follow-up question” which is designed to either plug gaps or push them forward. In maths I believe we have a good system which does work well, other subjects have a varied approach to it and experience varying levels of success with their follow up.

After every unit of work (generally 2 weeks, some 1 or 3 weeks though) students books are given an end of unit sticker which has is graded and a target added. The target is purely curriculum based, no “concentrate more” or “improve your presentation” type of comments and then one of a couple of follow up questions added. We use stickers which are printed 8 to a sheet and usually have 2/3 different stickers depending on the unit and…

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