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Dialogue, reflection and feedback with practitioners about learning

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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 ongoing dialogue, reflection and feedback with practitioners in relation to their own learning.

Who is this for?

All practitioners.

7. Ongoing dialogue, reflection and feedback with practitioners in relation to their own learning

Examples from national overviews of practice

At Barrhead High School in East Renfrewshire, staff and pupils have ongoing feedback and dialogue about learning using a variety of methods.

PowerPoint presentation: Barrhead High School, East Renfrewshire (97 KB)

Learners and their parents at St Duthus School in the Highland Council benefit from the use of a range of methods to communicate and provide feedback.

PowerPoint presentation: St Duthus School, Highland (96 KB)

This case study from Glenboig Primary School, North Lanarkshire Council, explores the school’s approach to ensuring high engagement of children with remote learning and the role of feedback.

PowerPoint file: Glenboig Primary School, North Lanarkshire Council (271 KB)

Staff at Liberton High School, The City of Edinburgh Council, are using information to plan and support learning which improves learners’ experiences and motivation.

PowerPoint file: Participation and engagement, Liberton High School, City of Edinburgh Council (99 KB)

Staff from Alloa Academy’s Extended Additional Support Needs faculty regularly engage with pupils and parents about learning.

PowerPoint presentation: Alloa Academy, Clackmannanshire Council (96 KB)

North West Community Campus in Dumfries and Galloway have used feedback to adapt and make improvements to the delivery and quality of remote learning.

PowerPoint presentation: North West Community Campus, Dumfries and Galloway (97 KB)