Curriculum, English, Literacy, Teaching and Learning

The humble post it note

The less time spent making lots of worksheets and single use resources, the more time can be spent on planning, assessment and feedback. I also realised that tidying my office at home that I'm the proud owner of an extensive collection of sticky notes: index markers, A5, square, plastic markers, different colours, different shapes.  These are all… Continue reading The humble post it note

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Assessment, Curriculum, English, Progress, Staff Development

Progress over time: Why there may be still a place for ‘well done’

In a time when Ofsted no longer grade individual lessons and there's a move towards demonstrating 'progress over time', a new focus for observation, scrutiny and inspection has been identified: marking. The major problem with this focus on marking is that - like when 'Ofsted wants to see...' was the be all and end all of… Continue reading Progress over time: Why there may be still a place for ‘well done’

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Previous posts on Staffrm.io

Prior to opening this website, I have posted to Staffrm.io on a range of topics. The benefit of Staffrm is that, like Twitter, it's a collaborative space for testing ideas that don't have to be polished. It's great for digitally jotting down some ideas and reading what other people are exploring in their own classrooms. Previous posts… Continue reading Previous posts on Staffrm.io