The British Council in partnership with English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U) Hyderabad came together again to host the fifth International English Language Teacher Educator Conference (TEC15) in Hyderabad from 27 February - 1 March 2015.

This year, the conference focused on ensuring quality in teacher education in the belief that quality in teachers’ learning leads to better learning outcomes for our learners.

The theme allowed a wide-ranging exploration of teacher education in India and beyond, with a focus on quality in both pre-service education and in-service training. Several engaging talks by speakers such as Rod Bolitho, Amol Padwad, Geetha Durairajan and Jamie Keddie looked at a wide range of issues related to bringing quality to teacher education, tracher training and quality in the classroom. More than 25 talks were live-streamed together with panel discussions and a debate. To see a list of all the recorded talks, click here.

These recordings will be available to watch online very soon.

With over 1,000 delegates in attendance, all talks were well-attended and generated meaningful and vibrant discussion.

The TeachingEnglish team conducted several interviews with speakers which you can watch now on our Teacher Educator Conference pages.

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