OCR Computer Science Student Tracker

last edited Aug 21 2017 by Luke Price | Created by Luke Price | Other contributors:

Target driven reflection to allow AfL and differentiation of learning and achievement


I have created a student tracker. This has been customised from an existing one online and it is only fair to add to here. The main focus is for learners to assess their level of learning and reflect on what they have learnt (if time). There is an opportunity for learners to comment on their progress and reflect. The expectation for me is for learners to email (or VLE submit) the document on an defined duration, throughout the course to support 121 discussion (where appropriate). (Beginner / Intermediate/ Advanced)

This is specific to the OCR course, but can easily be customised for other exam boards too.

It is by no means a perfect solution, but it is a thought process that could easily evolve, such as adding Unit 3 on there at a later date (just wanted to hit the ground running at the start - supports class expectation discussions).

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