08:30–10:00 on 15 December 2017

FLASH marking is a school-developed approach in which teachers give skills-based feedback rather than grades in KS4 English.  All of the skills required to access the top band of GCSE English and English Literature performance have been translated into short codes that teachers use when marking work.  These codes are also used in lessons to teach the skills and by students to make peer- and self-marking faster, focused and more useful.  It’s aim is also to reduce teacher workload by making marking more focused.  More information can be found here.

The EEF project is a two-armed RCT looking to recruit 100 schools, 50 implementing FLASH Marking and 50 acting as a business-as-usual control group, who will conduct their marking as they would normally.

We are delighted to announce that we have the Project Directors at Shireland on 15 December, 8.30am to give schools detailed information about the project, as well as the opportunity to become one of the 100 schools.  You can book a free place here

Posted on 17 November 2017
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