In this interview, Sara Pierson and Duncan Wilson talk about the British Council’s new approach to reviewing the quality of large-scale teacher education and development programmes worldwide using the recently piloted Programme Quality Assurance Framework (PQAF), explaining why there was a need to develop the quality assurance framework, discussing where it has been piloted and how has it informed and aided development.

In their talk, Sara and Duncan talk about how the framework has been designed to place a strong emphasis on exchange and sharing knowledge in order to maintain a culture of learning and inform future projects.

The recording of this talk will be available soon

Your professional development: With each interview, we are asking our viewers to think about their own professional development. Below is a question for you to think about and answer. You can use these questions as a basis for discussion with colleagues or add a comment below.

For discussion: Have you been involved in a teacher development programme? What processes exist in your context to obtain feedback on how well the programme is working?

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