Demonstrating rapid progress
Rapid progress does not always have to be measured in terms of levels.Rapid progress can be as simple as accumulating knowledge, demonstrating understanding and, of course, applying skill and technique in a classroom activity.
We know the key here. Evidencing progress over time is not a one-off snapshot judgement, but progress over a series of lessons throughout the year.
The classroom idea below is perfect for sharing success criteria and to demonstrate progress within the lesson. The topic can be used as a starter or plenary and feed into a main activity during a lesson, or as part of a longer term project – for students applying success criteria for classwork; coursework and exams.