Directed Improvement and Reflection Time (DIRT)
Marking is the other albatross hanging around hardworking teachers’ necks. Instead, kill two ill-omened birds with a single stone by making the work you’ve marked the basis of next lesson’s plan. Direct students to spend at least 10-15 minutes acting on feedback to improve their work.
What does this student need to do next?
What task could I give them to provide the opportunity to move on?
How could I phrase questions to make them think about what to do next?