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Consistent online resources

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What is this?

The following examples of practice have been gathered from schools as part of the national overview. They focus on the entitlement of children and young people to online resources that will be consistently used across learning to aid interaction, assessment and feedback.

Who is this for?

All practitioners.

3. Online resources that will be consistently used across learning to aid interaction, assessment and feedback

Examples from national overviews of practice

At Bell’s Brae Primary School in Shetland a virtual classroom approach provides consistency in on-line resources.

Powerpoint presentation: Bell's Brae Primary School, Shetland (1.2 MB)

Angus Council have appointed digital officers and developed two new websites to support consistency in digital resources used during remote learning.

Powerpoint presentation: Local authority support for schools in the consistent use of digital resources, Angus Council (2 MB)

Redburn School in North Lanarkshire Council explain how they have used parental feedback to shape their remote learning offer and develop consistent online resources for their school and other ASN schools in the local authority.

Powerpoint presentation: Consistent online resources, Redburn School, North Lanarkshire Council (256 KB)

A consistent approach to communication at Kirkriggs School in Glasgow is the focus of this case study.

Powerpoint presentation: Kirkriggs School, Glasgow (162 KB)

An online learning hub has been created in a collaboration between Langlands School, Ashton School and Linburn Academy.

Powerpoint presentation: Langlands School, Ashton School and Linburn Academy, Glasgow (162 KB)