One of the hardest stages as a teacher is when a new specification comes through and you are unsure of how to advise your students. This gets even harder when as a teacher you are restricted in the advise you can give in the Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) itself.
This unique resource gives numerous examples and information about how to provide evidence for every point mentioned on the mark scheme. Different methods for providing evidence are also given so that your students can pick the ones most appropriate for them.
Most importantly, the resource is allowed to be used in the NEA itself. The licence allows you to print unlimited copies for your students, or provide it to them in PDF form.
The guide to the NEA contains:
- Numerous examples of how to provide evidence in the report
- Guides to setting up the report
- Hints and tips for completing the report and NEA
- Can be used in the NEA itself*