WAGOLL stands for ‘What A Good One Looks Like’ and are exemplary models of students’ work including essays, completed graphs, use of apparatus, experimental write-ups and so on. These can form an ever-changing display of outstanding work or be used in critique sessions by providing enlarged laminated photocopies on which the students can highlight or annotate evidence of its quality. I recommend building a library of WAGOLLs on your school VLE for the students to refer to.


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