Tag - target setting


At the end of the lesson children should be given the chance to reflect on their learning, particularly the deeper learning. This phase should be teacher led but pupil centred. Children can be asked to do this in different ways: Reflect on the learning process – technique, mistakes, challenges Set goals- using assessment frameworks to …

Target tokens

Students pose a target after having self/peer assessed their work at the end of the lesson. (These could be recorded on padlet) At the start of the next students select relevant target token to focus on, take one and place it next to them whilst working to focus their efforts on addressing that particular aspect. Teacher/peer feedback conversations …

Tackling targets

Use various ways to create opportunities for students to reflect on their learning and targets over time. Some of these simple visuals, charts and walls can helps how students which aspects of their learning are strengths and which are areas for further focus. Target Setting Wall GCSE skills Visual targets

Uplifting sentences

A great technique to get children to work on improving the quality of their responses by improving a sentence either together or on their own. See below for two versions, one with a points system attached to focus on subject specific terminology. Uplifting sentences

Editing tabs

Pupils improve an aspect of their work/paragraph and refine work overlaying or redoing the original work with a piece of paper. Alternatively focus on an aspect of writing identified by a coloured box that they have to edit and improve.