Assess Progress: 'Year Six Portfolio of Writing' Assessment.
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AssessProgress: 'Moderation of Primary Writing' Assessments
September 2022 - June 2023.
Assess Progress will be undertaking a National Programme of Peer-to-Peer 'Learning by Evaluation' for A-Level subjects from January 2023.
IN SCHOOL TRIALS FROM SEPT 2022
Students participate in a termly (six week) intervention study that takes no longer than 1 hour a week. National setting of six essay questions over six weeks by subject specialists.
Each week complete analysis including the position of the student's script, the anonymised position of all other scripts, access to all scripts including WAGOLLs, their relative position in the scheme and peer feedback are all available to the student and tutor, who also assess' the papers (20 minutes).
Assess Progress will be undertaking a National Programme of Peer 2 Peer 'Learning by Evaluation' for A-Level subjects from January 2023.
The programme's objective is to allow students to submit draft work for peer review and feedback while also reviewing the work of others nationally. This process is known to support improved cognition and support the development of improvement strategies in students.
As students are aware of the quality of work produced (by others), they can critically reflect on their learning in comparison. This supports them in improving their work quality before final submission to tutors.
The plan, do, review, feedback process reduces teacher workload as less student feedback is required from tutors in the presubmission phase. In addition, tutors can draw on the very best of the submissions (WAGOLL) to aid further teaching points, planning, and improvement strategies during taught tutor time.
AssessProgress are hosting The 'Great Big' Debate.
Peer Assessment is via 'TikTok style' video submissions for students in Yr 7-13
Free School Trial in 2022 (please ask):