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Pupil Voice and Assessment for Learning

Part of the series Masters Research - Teacher Video

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A secondary maths teacher tackles her Masters practitioner research using video to record pupil voice and assessment for learning, while gaining feedback from her tutor.

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Maths teacher Sophie Garne, at Queen Elizabeth Secondary School in Cumbria, uses video to record pupil voice and the use of assessment for learning journals in her Year 10 maths class.

The evidence suggests that the journals and the pupil reflection to camera supports learning to learn, and offers insights to pupils and to Sophie about their learning.

Dr Pete Boyd, course tutor at the University of Cumbria, and Joseph McElroy from the maths department at Queen Elizabeth School, join Sophie to assess the research so far.


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