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Sharing Practice Peer Observation Programme 2011 by Mind Map: Sharing Practice
Peer Observation
Programme 2011
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Sharing Practice Peer Observation Programme 2011

Planning for Assessment

Observations

Peer assessment is a good method for sharing assessment criteria with learners, examples in PE demonstrate how level descriptors, PLTS and GCSE grade descriptions can be used to guide peer and self assessment, examples in PE of learners modelling specific skills, and meeting certain criteria, examples of peer assessment / marking in Yr13 Drama lesson where students were preparing for their written exam

Q&A sessions help assess pupil progress in an individual lesson, as well as across a sequence of lessons

Exploring learner perceptions of certain grades or grade criteria, and using exemplar work to build a picture of accurate grade descriptors, Sharing assessment criteria with learners is essential in identifying the difference between A and A*

Strenghts & Best Practice

Questioning as a tool for assessment

Peer and self assessment

Teaching from a Specification

Observations

Varied practice, dependent on experience - a full understanding of how to use the specification can take time

Understanding the specification can have a significant impact on results / attainment

Sharing ideas both inspired and rejuvinated colleagues

Strengths & Best Practice

adapting to each cohort, in order to meet specification requirements

Creating schemes of work that are mapped to the specification criteria

Balancing staff strengths and expertise

Team work and collaboration - sharing resources, joint planning and team teaching

Personal Learning & Thinking Skills

Observations

a whole lesson used for peer marking - reflective learning

PLTS made explicit, and linked to every task or phase of a lesson

Learners supporting and mentoring each other - team work, independent enquiry

Strengths & Best Practice

evaluation - self and peer

Independent enquiry - learners develop their own ideas, by using their own experiences

Team / Collaborative working - learners are used to working in teams and expectations are always set high

Classroom Behaviour Management

Observations

Shorter tasks - 'chunking' lessons, breaking them down, and pacing

Emphasising learner responsibility

seating plans

Clear and simple instructions

Strengths & Best Practice

Engaging learners in challenging, exciting and meaningful tasks / lessons

Empowering learners with a sense of responsibility

Using PLTS