Tag - peer assessment

Oracy: Presentational Talk

Presentational talk enables pupils to learn to talk effectively, developing their spoken language in more formal situations such as a presentation or debate. Effective presentational talk can be guided by Voice 21 and Cambridge University’s framework that outlines 4 strands that make up good talk: physical, linguistic, cognitive and social and emotional elements. In order …

Self and peer assessment

Teachers should train pupils in the art of self/peer assessment by using effective vehicles to equip pupils to take responsibility for assessing their own or each other’s work meaningfully. Strategies such as checklists, self marking answers, improving mistakes, success criteria can ensure the feedback is both useful and accurate. Self_peer assessment Secondary examples here Examples_self_peer

Double, triple, quadruple feedback

A simple feedback tool that encourages collaboration when it comes to peer assessment. Provide students with a 4 box feedback grid and get them to compare work, then provide one another with feedback from 4 different peers. This can be varied by focusing on a particular skill or assessment objective, or by suggesting 4 different …

Uplifting learning

Maximise simple opportunities to enable students to ‘uplift’ or improve targeted aspects of their work or skills. Encourage them to ‘steal’ ideas from others, also to celebrate and share their strengths purposefully. Please see examples below for variations. Uplifting learning