Up real close and 'personalised'
If they are not the best judges of what sustains them physically, why should we think children are best suited to make pedagogical judgments? Yet it is posited that children "mark" themselves, each other, their teachers.
Is the popular teacher always the best teacher? Personalisation would be possible only with a huge input into staffing. Experience tells me that, even with extra staffing, the initiative will vastly increase workload.
Tomorrow's teacher might as well take a toothbrush to school.
Bingley, West Yorkshire