I'm sharing four effective strategies for analyzing your HSC results after they are released. I discuss breaking down results by band ranges, comparing to state averages, analyzing school vs HSC assessments, and using the WIN feedback model.
- Break down your HSC results by the number of students in each band range to identify trends
- Compare your results to state averages to see how you performed relative to other schools
- Analyse differences between school-based assessments and HSC exam results
- Use the WIN feedback model (What went well, Improvements needed, Necessary actions) to plan for next year
- Access a free HSC results analysis spreadsheet template at learnnet.com/HSCresults
- Access our done-for-you PDHPE & CAFS Packages at thelearnnet.com/courses
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