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Personal Reflections

Hitting the sack late at night or waking up during pee hour was the first preparation I had for summative assessment. The reason behind this was for me to memorize my notes easily, since it is to silent to review during those hours. 496 more words

“Reflections, Insights, And Realizations”

Marking: why bother?

This week’s 15-minute forum was led by new Leader of English Tom Daly on the subject of marking, assessment and feedback. Tom isn’t on Twitter yet, but we’re working on it! 922 more words


Gridiron Resource

Rockers of all ages and PE teachers of course

AcePE here

A great document i found on teaching gridiron. “Flag Football”

Probably good for all of us outside of the US to help us develop the game or use it as a resource to develop other games for specific sports… 41 more words


Organisation Development Network (ODN) Partnership Announcement

We are proud to announce our partnership with the Organisation Development Network (ODN).

The ODN is an international, professional association whose members are committed to practicing organisation development intentionally and rigorously as an applied behavioural science. 125 more words


Plate Tectonics - Group preAssessment

Today, I’ve gone fishing. Next week my 7th grade science classes will shift their focus to geology. Personally, I’m rather excited about the topic and ready to get talking about the movements of the earth. 244 more words

When is a level not a level?

And so the performance descriptors loom large!

The DfE has launched its consultation into the new performance descriptors for statutory teacher assessment at the end of Key Stages 1 and 2. 242 more words