Episodic assessment- feedback pro formas All teachers love marking- it’s what draws so many to the job. Whilst much verbal feedback is occurring constantly in classrooms, there is an important role for rich written feedback to be given to learners. Schools and Colleges have different policies on the frequency with which learners should receive feedback on their work. Feedback on tasks needs to follow the two key principles of identifying successes (medals), and providing guidance on areas of weakness or omission- including methods for these deficiencies to be addressed (missions). Feedback Proformas Many schools and colleges use standardised assessment pro formas on which teachers record formative comments on the learner’s work: Click to enlarge Here’s an excellent example from a colleague Charlie Uddin in which the differentiated success criteria are made clear:       Click to open  
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