Feedback and Marking

Overview of the course
  • Unpick the current climate for feedback and marking

  • Increase students’ learning over time, whilst reducing teacher workload

  • Key principles to maximise your impact

  • A practical toolkit to improve feedback and marking

Dates & Locations
  • 20th March 2020 | London

First Delegate Rate

£299.00 + VAT

Additional Delegates

£279.00 + VAT

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Delivered by

Andrea Mapplebeck

Andrea is a passionate advocate of formative assessment, and an expert in translating the latest research in this field into practical strategies that can be implemented in the classroom to bring about lasting and significant gains in learning. She is also the former co-head of the National Science Learning Centre Programme, and was part of the nationwide ‘Getting Practical’ project.

by Andrea Mapplebeck

Description

Discover a range of ideas informed by research that can be used immediately for the benefit of both teachers and their students, to ensure that teaching and learning are working well.

Expert guide to feedback and marking

Current feedback and marking climate, including Ofsted’s perspective

The research behind ‘effective’ feedback

Teacher to student feedback: oral and written

Student to teacher feedback: eliciting evidence

Student to student feedback: improving peer feedback

Self-feedback: promoting self-regulation and metacognition

Clarify learning goals

Effective assessment and feedback policies and practices

Differentiation: respond to the evidence for all learners

A practical toolkit to improve feedback and marking

  • Techniques for oral and marking feedback

  • Support co-construction of success criteria with learners

  • Ideas for gathering feedback during lessons

  • Strategies for how to respond to feedback within lessons, including how to effectively differentiate for all learners

  • How to work with colleagues to evaluate and moderate teaching and planning

  • Ways to develop independent learning capabilities

  • Best-practice ideas of assessment and marking policies that reduce workload and increase student learning

Additional information

Course Type

Teaching & Learning

Date

20th March 2020

Location

London

Venue

Venue to be confirmed up to 4 weeks in advance

Presenter Andrea Mapplebeck
Key Stage

Primary, Secondary

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