test Reviewing learning should be a continuing and regular process. At the end of teaching a topic, teachers need to ensure that students have an understanding of the structure of what they have learned. If they do, then material is likely to go into permanent memory (Petty, 2006). This form assists that process by asking students to summarise the key points of a topic.
Well-structured note making at the end of a topic has positive effects on learning according to Marzano et al. (2001). These notes are also useful when it comes to revision.
At the end of a topic students fill in the form to summarise the key learning points. This might be supported through a group or class discussion. There is an opportunity for teachers to add formative assessment comments.