Last Updated: Friday, March 26, 2021

Regular high quality interactive learning and teaching

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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 regular high quality interactive learning and teaching using technology or other remote methods.

Who is this for?

All practitioners.

4. Regular high quality interactive learning and teaching using technology or other remote methods

Examples from national overviews of practice

The virtual classrooms being used in Grandtully and Kenmore Primary Schools in Perth and Kinross are used as a platform for regular high-quality interactive learning and teaching.

PowerPoint presentation: Grandtully and Kenmore Primary Schools, Perth and Kinross (6 MB)

Children at Cramond Primary School, City of Edinburgh Council have used their digital skills to transition smoothly into remote learning.

PowerPoint presentation: Cramond Primary School, City of Edinburgh Council (903 KB)

Staff at Douglas Academy, East Dunbartonshire Council monitor learners’ engagement through shared lesson observations.

PowerPoint presentation: Lesson observation and engagement, Douglas Academy, East Dunbartonshire Council (101 KB)

Kingspark School share their approach to remote learning, including high quality recorded lessons.

PowerPoint presentation: Kingspark School, Dundee City Council (3 MB)

James Young High School in West Lothian have used feedback to adapt and make improvements to the delivery and quality of remote learning.

PowerPoint presentation: James Young High School, West Lothian (1.7 MB)

Kilpatrick School in West Dunbartonshire use data to inform flexible approaches to remote learning.

PowerPoint presentation: Kilpatrick School, West Dunbartonshire (99 KB)