In every school I’ve worked in (4 including PGCE placements), I have been required to enter all test results into a spreadsheet, commonly known as QLA (Question Level Analysis).
Until recently, this has seemed to me like a fairly reasonable thing to do. Sometimes more useful than others depending on the nature of the test and the actual results produced by the students, but generally OK… Takes a bit of time to enter that data but, hey, I need to add up the scores anyway and I love a nice spreadsheet…
But I wanted to know what others thought. So I posted the following poll on Twitter:
Maths tchrs: Are you marking mocks at the moment?
What do you think of QLAs? (spreadsheets where you enter marks for each Q)
Vote, then RT!
— Mark Horley Maths (@mhorley) March 19, 2017
As Dave Gale (@reflectivemaths) pointed out, I might have added…
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