What's next?

Next week, we’ll be exploring research about effective assessment, marking and feedback practices.

After engaging with research evidence, we’ll view a range of case studies from schools about how they’re using technology to support these areas of their teaching and learning practice.

Week 4: Developing technology supported assessment and feedback

  • How can assessment and feedback approaches be made most effective?
  • How might technology support effective assessment and feedback approaches?
  • How might technology and research evidence support changes to marking workload?

Reflect on your starting point

Ahead of engaging with the next week of the course, take some time to reflect on your current practice so that you have some clear goals for your learning.

To what extent do each of the statements below describe your current context and practice?

Think carefully about these as you are planning and teaching over the coming days. You might like to rate each statement RED (rarely), AMBER (sometimes) or GREEN (all the time).

  1. My pupils act on feedback received to improve future work
  2. Assessment in the classroom helps to inform my future planning
  3. Marking is carried out efficiently and does not consume lesson planning time.

We look forward to seeing you for Week 4 of the course!

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Using Technology in Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning

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