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An imaginative peer assessment lesson is used with Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 maths students, showcasing an easy-to-use idea for lesson planning.
Teacher Rich Walters presents an easy lesson idea to facilitate peer-to-peer assessment, using a pack of post-it notes and three categories of questions.
The students at Merchants Academy, Bristol, tackle a range of questions, classified as standard, challenge and super-challenge, then check their answers against their peers'.
They pick a question and then write their answers on the back of the post-it note, along with their name.
The dialogue that this creates is highly effective, enables students to learn from each other and helps them to understand what their attainment levels mean.
Part of the series: Boost Your Teaching