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Markbook Ultra - fully automated teacher markbook

Markbook Ultra - fully automated teacher markbook

Markbook Ultra is an incredibly powerful yet wonderfully simple automated markbook. How does it work? In brief, you enter the student’s raw marks for any assessment and the markbook uses sophisticated analysis to present you with all the data you’d want to see on an individual student or whole classes. Highlights: Store all of your classes (KS3-5) in one simple Excel workbook. Suitable for any subject area regardless of how or what you assess. Can be set to show up to five different assessment objectives. A simple dropdown menu switches the mark scheme for any KS4/5 class between GCSE (9-1), A Level or Pre-U. No need to use different workbooks for different types of grades! On the go analysis on individual students, each assessment or classes as a whole. One-click button (literally!) to bring up an analysis sheet detailing: Top and Bottom achievers in the class, Gender Gap, SEND compared to Non-SEND, and PP compared to Non-PP. One more click to print it… One click button to print a summary sheet for any student. This gives a breakdown of all assessments and their marks. Shows progress against targets and gives a graph of progress over time. Great for discussing at parents’ evening or with individual students. One click button to print all completed assessment data. Set your own grade boundaries in five quick presets or choose them individually for each assessment. KS3 markbooks can be switched between numerical levels and RAG rated strand systems. Again, it’s a single button click. Detailed ‘How to’ sheet that walks you through anything you’d want to do! All Macros work on PC and Mac. This workbook has been designed from the ground up to work anywhere.
toddbeamish
AQA New GCSE Psychology Spec  - The Experimental Method

AQA New GCSE Psychology Spec - The Experimental Method

Full lesson which needs students to work around the room cracking the code to find out information about each type of experimental method - Lab, Filed and Natural. Finishes with a cut and stick evaluation of each method. Can take 2 lessons worth of work. AQA GCSE Psychology Spec New. 2016
lorigleeson93
AQA GCSE Psychology 2016 Spec - Hypothesis, Reseach Methods

AQA GCSE Psychology 2016 Spec - Hypothesis, Reseach Methods

Lesson which looks at what a hypothesis is, directional and non directional hypothesis, null and alternative hypothesis. Looks at classic studies to draw out/test understanding. Powerpoint includes all resources, and a homework, plus exam question at the end. For new GCSE Psychology Spec
lorigleeson93
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 24 - End of Unit Assessment

Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 24 - End of Unit Assessment

This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the 24th and final lesson, the end of unit assessment! This package contains the lesson Powerpoint, and the final assessment, with a complete mark scheme. There is also a RAG Rating sheet included for your classes to identify their strengths and weaknesses! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you.
MrSidneyStringer
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 23 - Normal Distribution

Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 23 - Normal Distribution

This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the 23rd lesson, Normal Distribution! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheet, all designed to get your students up to standard with their maths! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: -Define normal and skewed distribution -Explain how histograms are used to represent distribution Discuss why normal distribution is important in Psychology
MrSidneyStringer
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 22 - Interpreting Graphs!

Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 22 - Interpreting Graphs!

This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the 22nd lesson, Interpreting Graphs! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheets with accompanying answers, all designed to get your students up to standard with their maths! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: Identify the difference between categorical and numerical data Explain when to use a bar chart, histogram and scatter diagram Discuss key differences between bar charts and histograms
MrSidneyStringer
Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 21 - Using Maths in Psychology!

Edexcel Psychology (9-1) GCSE New Spec Unit 1 Lesson 21 - Using Maths in Psychology!

This lesson is designed for the Edexcel Psychology (9-1) New Specification, and contains everything you could possibly need for the 21st lesson, Using Maths in Psychology! This package contains the whole lesson Powerpoint, a differentiated starter, lots of fully differentiated activities and differentiated worksheets with accompanying answers, all designed to get your students up to standard with their maths! The whole lesson is designed in a ‘pick up and teach it’ way, that means everything you could possibly need is all there for you. There are lots of engaging and interesting activities, designed to keep your classes motivated, engaged and making the best progress that they can within the lesson, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for stretch and challenge. Objectives covered in this lesson are as follows: Identify methods for converting percentages, decimals and fractions Demonstrate an understanding of decimal places, rounding and significant figures Explain what is meant by standard form Explain how ratios are used to express information Estimate results from a table of data
MrSidneyStringer