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P by p is
P by P is … assessed social experience

  • short forPersonalisation by Pieces

  • used anywhere, on anythingwith a web browser (mobile phone, Wii, PC etc)

  • used by20,000 usersin 5 countriesages 3 to 73 and growing rapidly (1000 this week!)

  • 21st century competencies such as creativity and imagination evidenced.

  • An educational philosophy which is supported by anevidence based e-portfolio

  • Being co-designed by users of all ages

Pbyp is unique because
PbyP is unique because… assessed social experience

  • Evidence submitted is 80% Peer assessed

  • Same system covers from pre age 3 to 103

  • Users instantly working with people in different countries.

  • Equal amounts of evidence from formal and informal.

  • Weekly Peer mentoring built in to the system

  • Work rating based compared to themselves not others

  • Structures 21st century competencies

Reliable peer assessment

Marked work joins the learner’s e-portfolio and can be seen by all users to inspire them

What to use for goals?

Lifelong competencies

Arranged in Skills Ladders

Clear progression up a ladder

Can be understood and evidenced by the learner

Learner chooses how to evidence

Can look at hundreds of examples of ‘passed’ work created by other learners internationally.

SubmitAny filefrom type orphonemedia or PC .

Work submitted to the web 2.0 community

Evidence of their achievement is uploaded by the learner

Work is peer assessed …by another learner who already has achieved this goal

Presenting to an audience : Level 1

Do a “show and tell” in front of your class.

Presenting to an audience : Level 9

Do an international presentation to 1000 of your peers and be evaluated as good or better by at least half

Reliable peer assessment

Why evidence competencies
Why Evidence Competencies? seen by all users to inspire them

  • 83% of parents place as much importance on them as they do literacy and numeracy

  • Significant improvement in examination scores across subjects

  • Key focus for the OECD based on the link between competencies and competitive economies

  • They form 20% of the Secondary Curriculum

  • They are a key compulsory requirement of Diplomas and new work based qualifications

  • Most employers now have competency based assessments at the core of their PDR process.

    See www.camb-ed.net

Which competencies ? seen by all users to inspire them Improving the number of…


Confident Individualswho aresuccessful learnersandresponsible citizens

Possessing competencies that enable them to be effective in a global knowledge economy probably without oil.

Effective Participators

Creative Thinkers

Reflective Learners

Independent Enquirers

Team Workers

PbyP part 1: seen by all users to inspire them

Skills Ladders

Our measurement of competencies must have all of the following

Clearly Explained in Progressive steps

Understandable by all ages and abilities

Generalised to fit all contexts

Taking account of Social, Emotional, Cognitive and Strategic learning


Social Aspects

Effective Participators

Creative Thinkers

Emotional Aspects

Reflective Learners

Cognitive Aspects

Independent Enquirers

Strategic Aspects

Team Workers

Progression seen by all users to inspire them

For each competence we define 9 level statements. For example the skill of taking responsibility for a team.

Through level 6

(an average 17 year old )

From level 1

(an average five year old )

To level 9

(challenging for the average adult )

Team Workers

Common goal collaboration
Common Goal Collaboration seen by all users to inspire them

The p route model
The P-route Model seen by all users to inspire them


Input stimulus, guidance, direction, opportunities

Research outcomes, analysis, conclusion

Continuous improvement




User generated content

Some examples of pbyp innovation
Some examples of PbyP innovation seen by all users to inspire them

  • The ‘St Lawrence School’ wrist bands.

  • Oswestry homework replacement.

  • Denver outdoor pursuits teams

  • Arts Award, STEM leadership.

  • Languages development

  • Radstock news editor

  • Cambridgeshire multi age tutoring

  • Carn Gwaval project teams

  • Pearl Hyde’s environmental area

  • Isles of Scilly extended reception duty teams.

  • Serlby transition project

  • Numerous schools – peer teaching projects

  • Numerous schools – extended project linked to a final presentation.

And the future
And the future seen by all users to inspire them

  • At current growth rate PbyP will become the largest competency based progression system in the world next year.

  • Integration with learning platforms is currently underway through BSF

  • Peer assessed teacher portfolio versions are underway

  • So far we have achieved on average a major upgrade every 6 months and aim to continue this

  • Structured support packs are being trialled

Practice vs research
Practice vs Research seen by all users to inspire them