Tagged: differentiation


Self and Peer Assessment scaffolding sheets

“Your work is really neat and pretty”, “You got them all right”, “The last one was wrong”. Not the greatest peer assessment comments to help the learner move on with their work. I certainly believe self and peer assessment can be brilliant feedback strategies, but like anything else, if done badly there is no point. I saw a suggestion from...


TES Maths Podcast 5 now live- special guest… me!

The TES Maths Podcast episode 5 is now live! I was fortunate enough to be asked by Craig Barton to be the special guest on this episode. We discussed two ‘show and tell’ topics: differentiation in the maths classroom and teaching maths in context. I would love to hear your thoughts on the episode and the ideas we discussed. Click...