What is this strategy about?
Your pupils’ work should improve if you show them clearly what is expected of them. Let them in on the secret!
What is a success criteria?
Success criteria are a list of features used to determine if or how students have met what is expected of them during lessons.
Why is success criteria important?
It is a way of allowing the teacher and student to make judgments on the quality of student learning.
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Choose this strategy if you want to...
- Pupils to produce higher quality work
- Feedback to be quicker and easier as the criteria is clear
- Pupils get used to this structure and will become more confident in analysing good work
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