DIRT (Directed Improvement and Reflection Time)
This is a workshop which would be suitable for specialists in any subject.
It aims to introduce the concept of DIRT marking and to examine the benefits of providing feedback in this way. There will be worked examples to take away and an opportunity to explore how this may be incorporated into lessons of any subject. We will examine how the MFL department at Bordesley Green uses DIRT marking, and the improvements seen so far as the process becomes embedded in our practice.
Above all, the workshop aims to give you ideas which will both further the progress of your students and enable you as a teacher to reclaim some of your precious time!
Click here to return to full conference programme
Materials will be provided on the day.
About the Presenter(s)
Enter details of who will be presenting the session here. Use the format:
Name: Frances Sandford
Job title/role: Lead Practitioner/in charge ITT
Brief biographical details
Frances Sandford is a Lead Practitioner and has taught French for a number of years. She is in charge of Initial Teacher Training at Bordesley Green, as well as being an NQT Induction Tutor. She has experience of teaching across all key stages, from primary to Sixth Form level.