An incredibly brief guide to time saving marking and feedback | chriseyreteaching

As teachers marking work and providing feedback our aim is to ensure 2 things
That we deliver good and useful feedback that helps students to improve
That we do this without it taking over the rest of our lives – we have time and energy for planning and our lives outside college

Assuming that the work set has to be marked (not all of it does) and assuming that it has to be marked by you (not all of it does – peer marking can be used) the following are a range of useful strategies that I have discovered or seen used by others over the years. Some come courtesy of @mrsHumanities (Victoria…

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