Tag Archives: Checking Learning

The Plenary Producer: Great resource for teachers, coaches and trainers

This resource is full of great ideas for plenary slots. The_Plenary_Producer.ppt.150715 Advertisements

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100 Top Tips to Stretch and Challenge Learners from Pembrokeshire College

100TopTipsToStretchAndChallengeLearnersPembrokeshireCollege2015 On the link above you will find an array of practical and simple tips for stretching and challenging learners. Many thanks to Steph Tindall, Learning and Teaching Mentor, from Pembrokeshire College, for sharing this with me and the wider … Continue reading

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Blog Bulletin: Feedback and Marking – Great Reads from Twitter

Really interesting blog full of great ideas for giving verbal feedback in a practical session and ways to develop the learners’ confidence and competence: http://drowningintheshallow.wordpress.com/2014/12/05/tlc-verbal-feedback-3/ Great list of practical and engaging approaches for using questioning in different ways as part … Continue reading

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Simple Summary of Assessment for Learning Approaches

I always believe in passing on useful materials and links to colleagues and I think that this pdf is one of those. It’s a very concise and clear summary of Assessment for Learning(AfL) approaches. It would be useful to link … Continue reading

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And what have you learnt so far? Using questions to check and assess learning

In many sessions, teachers, tutors and assessors establish objectives and targets before they present the main content of the unit/module. It is important to check learning as the session goes on, to ensure learners are capturing key points and so … Continue reading

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