Do artefacts fit into evidence posts?  How much do I need to write? Is this a good one?

Ah Artefacts! Those mysterious, important and (possibly) confusing little pieces of the evidence pie. If you’ve got a box somewhere filled with potential evidence and you’re not sure what to do with it, then this episode is for you my friend.

Let’s talk annotating artefacts and how to organise them inside an evidence piece.

  •  When does an Artefact become evidence?
  •  What does an annotated artefact look like?
  •  What else do I need beside ‘things’ that show ‘stuff’?
  •  How can I connect it all back to the teaching standards?

Join me in episode seventeen for the answers to these questions and more!


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