Next Steps Marking
A guide to making next steps marking part of everyday teaching without it becoming an impossibly big task! Also includes examples of what it might look like. We have found that if you then draw a highlighted box after the teacher's comment so that children know where to respond, both children and teacher can find them quickly. It is up to teachers when children respond - sometimes the next lesson, and sometimes at the end of the week etc. Please leave your comments.


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Created: Mar 20, 2012

Updated: Jun 18, 2014

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Next Steps Marking or 'Intervention Marking'

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