‘Should I be Marking Every Piece of Work?’

Written by Makeda Cole

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With ever-piling workloads it can be challenging to implement effective strategies for marking work. The use of effective strategies can be integrated for a ‘quality over quantity’ approach towards marking; producing high quality feedback that instigates action in pupils. A school culture that embraces and challenges pupil mistakes, can encourage pupils to address learning gaps at an earlier stage. Education advisor Mary Myatt explains how teachers can utilise feedback marking that motivate pupils to think and to refine their work as a result.

‘When it comes to giving feedback “Nice work” isn’t good enough. Save your ink.’

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