Strategies for A-Level marking to motivate and enable


By Jane Facey, published 11th October 2011

"A is for Assessment"...Strategies for A-Level marking to motivate and enable students of all abilities to progress

Jane Facey was unsatisfied with the way in which her A-Level students responded to typical assessment practice. This would normally involve their teacher marking their work and then providing them with written feedback. In looking to move beyond this, Facey drew upon a wide range of research and practice which has sought to develop the way in which the work of students is assessed. Using this, Facey decided to experiment with different methods of assessment for A-Level students. In this article, she reports on her exploration of a number of these methods that she used in her  practice and how these helped her students progress through their A-Level course...

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