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Effective marking: case studies
How do schools mark effectively? This article includes three case studies from schools that highlight good practice. We look in detail at choosing a marking strategy, and at marking strategies for primary school maths and for A-level students. We also link to examples of schools' feedback comments.
- Case study from an ‘outstanding’ school
- Case study: marking primary school maths work
- Case study: marking A-level history
- Marking statements: examples from primary schools
- Marking statements: examples from a secondary school
- Myths about marking
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