Monday, October 28, 2013

1449. Learning from mistakes and errors

Teacher B said to teacher A, “I knew a generous teacher who used to write a comment on each and every test paper of his students. 

It is sound not to confine to correct, in red, all the errors and mistakes. Not too much red ink. 

I personally correct SOME errors and mistakes; and in English I write a comment to most of my students. Comments which could encourage, back up, my students. My tests can be corrected and graded [marked] rather quickly. 

Then, the next day with that class-group I hand over the tests to my students, and we correct the test on the chalkboard. I ask them for suggestions. Then they can keep the exams; I don’t need them anymore.” / Photo from: woodcutter. www photo-dictionary com   

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