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Various articles and blogposts on effective feedback and strategies to make marking more purposeful.
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Feedback "Loops" (noun & verb)

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Teaching & Learning Takeover: Southampton Saturday 19th October 2013 @AfLPie Workshop: Feedback "Loops" How modified traffic signals and behavioural science might shed some light on making feed...
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This is the blogpost to accompany the excellent session on feedback that Gordon lead at the recent Teaching and Learning Takeover in Southampton.

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Improving Written Feedback - HuntingEnglish

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This week I gave a seminar at TeachMeet Clevedon. I am going to post more fully on my topic of teachers getting better by...
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Alex Quigley is a well respected and intelligent voice on all things educational, in particular English teaching.

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Canons Broadside: Using a 'Taxonomy of Errors' to Enhance Student Responses

Canons Broadside: Using a 'Taxonomy of Errors' to Enhance Student Responses | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
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Keven Bartle is a very entertaining blogger and an inspirational leadership voice.

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Formative use of Summative Tests: Marking #Blogsync

Formative use of Summative Tests: Marking #Blogsync | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
Ever since the idea of formative assessment was expressed by Dylan Wiliam and Paul Black in 'Inside the Black Box', one of the practical strategies suggested has been the formative use of summative...
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Tom Sherrington is Head Teacher of KEGS grammar school in Essex and is an authoritative voice in many aspects of teaching and learning and leadership. His blog is brilliant.

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What if you marked every book, every lesson?

What if you marked every book, every lesson? | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
'God save thee, ancient Mariner! From the fiends, that plague thee thus!— Why look'st thou so?'—With my cross-bow I shot the Albatross.   Ah! well a-day! what evil looks Had I from old and young! I...
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Joe Kirby has become one of the leading online voices and regularly posts on a range of aspects of teaching and learning.

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My Learning Journey: Can I be that little bit better at ......using methods to make feedbackstick?

My Learning Journey: Can I be that little bit better at ......using methods to make feedbackstick? | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
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David Fawcett is one of the most considered blog voices on teaching and learning.

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Making feedback stick - David Didau: The Learning Spy

Making feedback stick - David Didau: The Learning Spy | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
There’s really no argument about the fact that feedback is pretty important. It sits right at the top of the list of strategies which make the biggest impact on students’ progress.
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Marking is broken

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This blogpost is a summary of a workshop I gave at Plymouth University in May 2013 at the Teaching Final Conference. The images are slidegrabs from my deck, and I've summarised them below. I would ...
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Learning from my mistakes: an English teacher's blog: Blogsync 8: This marking is killing me

Learning from my mistakes: an English teacher's blog: Blogsync 8: This marking is killing me | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
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Chris is a thoroughly committed English teacher and blogger. He regularly offers insightful observations about teaching and learning.

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Marking is an act of love - David Didau: The Learning Spy

Marking is an act of love - David Didau: The Learning Spy | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
Have you ever flicked back through an exercise book and seen the same repeated comments followed with soul numbing certainty by the same repeated mistakes?
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Perhaps the most profilic and reliable of edu bloggers. He has written a brilliant book on English teacher with another, more considered to follow in the new year.

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Marking: Minimum effort for maximum pleasure

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Towards the end of this half term, we have had a steady stream of DHS teachers writing blog articles, to share what they have been doing in their classrooms - which is fantastic to see.  The most r...
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My Learning Journey: Can I be that little bit better at......understanding why feedback doesn't stick?

My Learning Journey: Can I be that little bit better at......understanding why feedback doesn't stick? | Effective Feedback | Scoop.it
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