Marking and Workload

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Marking and Workload by Mind Map: Marking and Workload

1. Blogs

1.1. Digital Assessment and Feedback

1.2. Search for "Marking" on the Echo Chamber

1.3. @imagineenquiry

1.3.1. Links to blogs on marking

1.4. UKedChat Resources

1.4.1. Session 117 - Feedback: how can we make marking make an impact?

1.4.2. Session 169 - Effective feedback – How do you make your marking count?

1.5. @oldandrewuk

1.5.1. Marking and Workload

1.6. @Headguruteacher

1.6.1. Making feedback Count - Closing the Gap

1.7. @Teacher_Toolkit

1.7.1. Top 5 Marking Ideas

1.7.2. @TEacherToolkit Marking Survey on twitter

1.7.3. The Marking Frenzy

1.7.4. New Ofsted Orthodoxies: Triple Marking

1.7.5. Power from the floor

1.8. @ListerKev

1.8.1. Pointless Marking

1.8.2. Rag to clean up marking

1.9. @simonrenshaw

1.9.1. Blog on QuickKey and Hinge Questions

1.9.2. Video, QuickKey and Hinge Q

1.10. Kris Boulton

1.10.1. Should you start using multiple choice tests

1.10.2. If we cannot see learning in a lesson what are Exit Tickets for?

1.11. @MrBenny

1.11.1. Quick Key , Multiple Choice and Hinge Questions

1.12. @Fratibus

1.12.1. How fast can you turn around a 100 pieces of marking

1.13. @JamesTheo

1.13.1. WORKLOAD: “AND FINALLY, MONSIEUR, A WAFER-THIN MINT…”

1.14. @HuntingEnglish

1.14.1. The top 10 ways for teachers to reduce their workload

1.14.2. TeachWorkload in the Shadow of Ofsted

1.14.3. Dirty Work

1.15. @MaryMyatt

1.15.1. Should I be marking every piece of work

1.16. @Michael Tidd

1.16.1. The trouble with Ofsted and marking

1.17. @PrimaryPete_

1.17.1. iFeedback

1.17.1.1. http://ifeedback.club/

1.18. @kristianstill

1.18.1. We do not need another 'How to write effective MCQs'

1.19. @joe__Kirby

1.19.1. How can I mark books without burning out

1.19.2. Why use multiple choice questions

1.20. @learningspy

1.20.1. How to design multiple choice questions

1.20.1.1. https://pragmaticreform.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/mcqdesign/

1.20.2. Marking is an act of love

1.21. @HFletcherWood

1.21.1. Moneyball for schools: Can we use data like the Oakland A's

1.22. @bodiluk

1.22.1. Multiple Choice/ Data

1.23. @atharby

1.23.1. Feedback: let's build it in, not add it on

1.23.2. Marking: minimum effort for maximum pleasure

1.23.3. How to make marking more efficient: three new techniques for teachers

1.23.4. Adventures with Gallery Technique

1.24. Using DIRT as a learning journey

1.24.1. http://wp.me/s5gZ1P-dirt

1.25. @heatherleatt

1.25.1. Marking madness – does it make learning any better?

1.26. Mrs P Teach

1.26.1. Making Marking Speedy

2. Assessment and Learning Research Review

2.1. http://oucea.education.ox.ac.uk/research/recent-research-projects/assessment-and-learning-state-of-the-field-review/

3. DFE Report

3.1. Workload Challenge: Analysis of teacher consultation responses