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Pupil Target Tracking Card

Overall rating 3 out of 53.5 (8 ratings)

Last updated 01 April 2013, created 12 May 2009, viewed 13,138

This is an example of a new pupil-led target tracking system introduced recently in my Year 4 class. The targets are pre-typed into the cards (and differentiated by group or individually as required) and the children group together in 'target groups' to peer assess whether the targets have b More…een met. If another member of the target group agrees with the evidence presented, the child can then date and add a sticker to the card. See this thread for full details:

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A really useful way to involve the children in target setting - has targets for all areas of maths in child friendly language

from HeatherT28, 12 December 2011
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Thank you. A helpful resource

from bluerose, 08 May 2010
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Brilliant. This sounds like a brilliant way of involving the children in their own assessment and target setting. Thanx so much for sharing.

from Laurenclare, 26 February 2010
(report comment) 3 out of 5

Thank you!. Brilliant thank you for sharing these, they look great!

from maguiresam, 06 January 2010
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you for sharing. I have been following the thread on the forum for a while and am very grateful that you have made it available to all.

from forestje, 31 December 2009
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