Use classroom displays in secondary school, English teacher says

03/22/2012 | Guardian (London), The

In this blog, a teacher in England writes about the need for more displays in secondary schools as a way to encourage independent learning and peer assessment. Sam Counsell writes that he asks Year 9 students to create a classroom exhibition, which is used to teach younger pupils about writing essays. The project helps younger pupils learn to improve their writing, and develops in older students skills such as teamwork, creativity and self-management, he writes.

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