Giving learners the opportunity to be able to reflect on their progress and their needs can be an immensely powerful tool in learning. Learn how to improve how you and your students use feedback to improve their work over three steps. Continue reading Make student self assessment work in Drama.
A classic Drama lesson with fun activities, engaged students and active learning Equipment: A space without tables, chairs, stage lights and sound system optional. Ingredients 1 Cup of Engaging Material 1 Cup of Engaging activities (that have been linked) 1 Large Cup of Pace A dash of Music (optional) A dollop of Performance A squeeze of chance A small teaspoon of self or peer assessment. … Continue reading A recipe for a Drama Lesson
I’ve been on holiday for two weeks, hence the absence of blog posts (if anyone was wondering!). As is always the case, my mind isn’t diverted from work for too long and at some point I begin reflecting on the last half term and then start convincing myself that I’ll be better in the coming half term! One thing that has been on mind, and … Continue reading Peer Assessment
The DIRT sheet looks very different from the last version but takes the important element and provides excellent evidence of progress over time in practical work. Continue reading Using Dedicated Independent Reflection Time (DIRT) to help students make progress in practical work
Evidencing progress during the rehearsal stages of a project can be difficult. Evidencing it in books can be even harder. Here are two ways of helping this process. The first is linking the assessment criteria to the notes that you take as a teacher. The second is post-it note feedback. Continue reading How to use Post-It Note Feedback to improve, record and track verbal feedback.