You know you are doing something right when teachers tell you that they used one of your resources and now they have adapted it for other purposes.
I wrote a blog post about diagnostic questions and confidence grids. and soon after that @DoctorACook tweeted about how she had used the PLC3.1 Dark room Evidence of Learning Item. And then she made some more confidence grids of her own and she wrote about them on this blog Using diagnostic questions.
As time went on I heard about other people who were using the Dark Room question and making more confidence grids. And I began to think about how we might share the ones people had made.
Other people picked up on my post about Making the best use of examination questions, including @NeedhamL56 , who developed it to use in training for the Science Learning Centres. @hrogerson used the examiner reports for OCR Gateway Science to make some questions for her students and wrote about it on her blog.
So people are picking up and running with our suggestions, which was exactly what we hoped would happen when the project began two years ago, and, even better, they are willing to share their items with everyone else.
Take a look at the new Inspired by York Science tab at the top and dip into the resources these lovely people have shared. I hope you will be inspired to make some more and share them too. There are even templates to download to get you on your way.