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How Talk Based Consultation Can Develop a Trusting Relationship between Teachers and Pupils

Consulting Pupils about their Teaching and Learning
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Jenny Cawsey

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of How Talk Based Consultation Can Develop a Trusting Relationship between Teachers and Pupils

"Decades of calls for educational
reform have not succeeded in making
schools where all young people want to and are
able to learn. Its time to invite students to join
the conversations about how we might accomplish
that" (Cook-Sather, 2002) How Talk Based Consultation
Can Develop a Trusting
Relationship between Teachers and Pupils Methods of consultation What is Consultation? Barriers To consultation Advantages and disadvantages of consultation For Pupils For Teachers Challenges "consultation is a conversation
that builds a habit of easy discussion
between teacher and pupil about learning" (Rudduck and McIntyre, 2007)
Direct Consultation:
Through questionaires,
interviews, discussions,
logs or posting views in a box
Prompted consultation:
Pupils are prompted to express
their views through the use of
a stimulus, ie recent lesson Mediated Consultation:
Pupils who are not used
to being consulted are helped
to express their views through
drawing posters or taking videos
and then talked to later
"It is about our individual development"

"Being able to take control of our learning"

Being consulted makes us feel confident , because we know our ideas taken seriouly" Teaching and learning can become
more effective and more enjoyable
when learning from pupils ways Disadvantages and Advantage
of questionaires
questionaires have set questions
questionaires can be a limitation
for the teacher
questionaires are preferd because
of confidentiality and anonnimity
questionaires are a good source
of reflection for the teacher
Disadvantages and Advantages
of conversations
pupils prefered conversations because
they could voice a particular opinion
Conversations can be more impartial
than subjective
conversations however can be a negative
for shy students
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