Monthly Archives: June 2014

Beefed up CUE (v2)

Okay. I’ve beefed up my CUE assessment template to be a little easier to use. I’ve also ruthlessly stolen some ideas from other assessment techniques. This generic one is okay, but I think the technique will really come into its … Continue reading

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CUE Assessment Lesson Planning

To go with my new idea of CUE assessment (Content, Understanding, Evaluation) I’ve created a lesson plan of sorts. ┬áThe advantage of this plan is that you can share it with the students as well as use it to get … Continue reading

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CUE Assessment : A simplified way of assessing without levels

Over the last few months I’ve been trying to come up with ingenious ways that I can try to assess work without levels. Having developed a code system linked to Blooms and trying it out for several months, I’ve come … Continue reading

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Source Driller (For analysing History Sources)

I’m using some primary sources in my lesson tomorrow and decided I’d quickly knock up a help sheet to pin to my challenge wall so that students who really want to go to town on the sources can do so. … Continue reading

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