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Demonstrating progress and learning.

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Last updated 07 March 2014, created 01 September 2011, viewed 10,027

This is a pro forma that should allow you to combine the setting of differentiated learning objectives, challenge and the ability to demonstrate (especially if being observed) that progress has been made and that learning has taken place. The plan is that on the penultimate 'arrow' slide that studen More…ts can come and place a post-it with their name on it on the arrow to show how much progress they have made and what they have learnt. There is also a slide to prompt you to remember your PLTS!! It refers to plenary cards too - I have uploaded these some time ago.

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    SB11@progress and plenary pro forma.ppt (1mb, Powerpoint document)
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Fantastic resource. Thanks a lot.

from chalkntalk, 13 February 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Just great - Thank you

from kerrysomers, 07 June 2012
(report comment) 5 out of 5

A proforma powerpoint that can be used to bring AfL throughout your lessons - can be adapted for all age groups and subjects.

from charlieb27, 04 January 2012
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