Peerandself

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Peerandself

  1. 1. Peer and self assessment Deeps meeting
  2. 2. Design your super hero • If there was a peer/self assessment superhero what would they be like?
  3. 3. My super hero Special powers Speedy Specific Formative Creates Dialogue Utility belt Progress table/4colums Rubrics Model answers Mirror (to be reflective with) Maps (to plan where to go next) Guitar and amp (to create a feedback loop)
  4. 4. Some things to bear in mind • Reviewing learning is not learning – This is why it needs to be quick and formative • 80% of FB is given by pupils and 80% is not helpful FB – This is why it needs to be specific • It needs to be acted upon – Creating dialogue is not just a cosy chat but clarifies things for the learner and improvements can be seen
  5. 5. Progress tables/4 colums knowledge connections questions actions
  6. 6. Rubrics Help pupils to know where they are and what the next step is. How would you mark without knowing the answer (expected result) the pupils need the same
  7. 7. Model answers and citique Again this is about having something to compare to: Examples of Excellence
  8. 8. Rules for critique • Be kind: All comments should focus entirely on the work. No personal comments at all. No sarcasm or put downs. The comments can be challenging but the creator of the work should feel that the feedback is work orientated and happy to receive it. Hard on content, soft on people. • Be specific: Refined and precise dialogue with detailed explanations on positives and steps to improve. Comments should explain exactly what needs to be worked on (like a set of instructions) which the writer can simply take away and use. • Be helpful: If the comments don't benefit the work, the learning, the learners or the class, don't share it. Everything you provide feedback on is there to help make the work better.
  9. 9. Share your own • Create a how to card for your favourite method of peer or self assessment
  10. 10. Use the force luke • With your assigned method force field that strategy Good things Bad things quick quick Can establish dialogue Can establish dialogue Pupils may Pupils may not fill in not fill in Use posits to suggest improvements to the barriers

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