Student crowd-sourced exam questions | missdcox

As we don’t have many  exam questions other than in the SAMs (and text books if you have them) some people have created their own practice questions for GCSE. However this following suggestion is work-light and hopefully also has learning benefits for students. I tell the students which type of question they will be asked about. … More Student crowd-sourced exam questions | missdcox

Student crowd-sourced exam questions | missdcox

As we don’t have many  exam questions other than in the SAMs (and text books if you have them) some people have created their own practice questions for GCSE. However this suggestion is work-light and hopefully also has learning benefits for students. I tell the students which type of question they will be asked about. In … More Student crowd-sourced exam questions | missdcox

How to be a success at A Level | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

Courtesy of Swilla Schools As we embarked on the second cycle of teaching the A Level in Religious Studies, it became apparent that I needed to do more work with my students on the skills that they need to note take, write, learn, review and test. We simply don’t do enough of this lower down, … More How to be a success at A Level | noreply@blogger.com (Mr Lewis)

An increase in marks does not mean a student is making progress | missdcox

I don’t have a mark book. There’s little point. Having a set of marks for a student doesn’t really tell you much. For them to be meaningful they need a lot of extra data that isn’t efficient to record in a mark book. Example Let’s imagine a test that is out of 20 marks; a … More An increase in marks does not mean a student is making progress | missdcox

An increase in marks does not mean a student is making progress | missdcox

I don’t have a mark book. There’s little point. Having a set of marks for a student doesn’t really tell you much. For them to be meaningful they need a lot of extra data that isn’t efficient to record in a mark book. Example Let’s imagine a test that is out of 20 marks; a … More An increase in marks does not mean a student is making progress | missdcox