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Below is a list of all the talks that were live-streamed and recorded at the Teacher Educator Conference in Hyderabad from 27th February...

In this interview, Alison explores how effective Continuing Professional Development (CPD) works in an Indian and global context. She...

Amol Padwad talks about motivation and how this affects teachers ability and desire to engage with professional development.

Madhuri and Nilani are Regional English Support Centre (RESC) trainers who are currently delivering BC's English for Teaching course to...

In this interview,  Elka Todeva suggests that for too long we have been discussing language and teacher education in deficit terms, as...

In this interview with Geetha Durairajan, she expands on the challenges of bringing assessment closer to learning, pointing out that the...

In this interview, Jamie Keddie talks about how the nature of using video for teaching and training has changed over time, moving from...

In this interview, Katherine Bilsborough talks about how creating her own materials was useful for her own professional development and...

In this interview, Krishna talks about his work on understanding teacher motivation. What makes teachers more likely or not to invest in...

In this interview, both Colin and Maya discuss the issue of quantity and quality in both pre-service training and in continuing...

In this interview, Michael Connolly talks about the organisation of the 5th Teacher Educator Conference in Hyderabad, India. He...

In this interview, Paul Gunashekar, Lina Mukhopadhyay & Richard Smith discuss the Indian ELT research database. They talk about some...

In this interview, Rod Bolitho looks at the challenges faced by teacher education in the second decade of the 21st century and talks...

In this interview, Rosie Tanner and Huma Riaz talk about some of the challenges they faced when developing materials as part of the...

In this interview, Debanjan Chakrabati speaks to Rukmini Banerji. She talks about How effective ASER has been in influencing the policy...

In this interview, Sara Pierson and Duncan Wilson talk about the British Council’s new approach to reviewing the quality of large-scale...

In this interview, Tim Phillips and John Shackleton talk about the British Council’s CPD Framework for teachers and the CPD Framework...

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Below is a list of all the talks that were live-streamed and recorded at the Teacher Educator Conference in Hyderabad from 27th February -...
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The British Council in partnership with English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U) Hyderabad came together again to host the fifth...
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In this interview, Alison explores how effective Continuing Professional Development (CPD) works in an Indian and global context. She...
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Amol Padwad talks about motivation and how this affects teachers ability and desire to engage with professional development.
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Madhuri and Nilani are Regional English Support Centre (RESC) trainers who are currently delivering BC's English for Teaching course to...
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In this interview,  Elka Todeva suggests that for too long we have been discussing language and teacher education in deficit terms, as...
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In this interview with Geetha Durairajan, she expands on the challenges of bringing assessment closer to learning, pointing out that the...
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In this interview, Jamie Keddie talks about how the nature of using video for teaching and training has changed over time, moving from...
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In this interview, Katherine Bilsborough talks about how creating her own materials was useful for her own professional development and...
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In this interview, Krishna talks about his work on understanding teacher motivation. What makes teachers more likely or not to invest in...
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In this interview, both Colin and Maya discuss the issue of quantity and quality in both pre-service training and in continuing...
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In this interview, Michael Connolly talks about the organisation of the 5th Teacher Educator Conference in Hyderabad, India. He discusses...
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In this interview, Paul Gunashekar, Lina Mukhopadhyay & Richard Smith discuss the Indian ELT research database. They talk about some of...
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In this interview, Rod Bolitho looks at the challenges faced by teacher education in the second decade of the 21st century and talks about...
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In this interview, Rosie Tanner and Huma Riaz talk about some of the challenges they faced when developing materials as part of the BLISS...
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In this interview, Debanjan Chakrabati speaks to Rukmini Banerji. She talks about How effective ASER has been in influencing the policy...
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In this interview, Sara Pierson and Duncan Wilson talk about the British Council’s new approach to reviewing the quality of large-scale...
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In this interview, Tim Phillips and John Shackleton talk about the British Council’s CPD Framework for teachers and the CPD Framework for...
  • 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...
  • Rod Bolitho's talk at the Teacher Educator conference looks at the issue of quality in English Language Teacher education from a number of different perspectives. He talks about  how quality is defined and evaluated, profiles of English Language...
  • He discusses some of the contexts that can affect motivation, focus on positive and negative contexts and expands on ideas from his talk about how teachers can take responsibility for their own development.Amol's talk at the Teacher Educator...
  • In her talk at the Teacher Educator Conference, Alison talks about her experience of the teacher education programme. She focuses on some of the issues related to monitoring, pointing out some of the negative elements of this mechanism. Comparing...
  • 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...
  • She also talks about a recent project she has been working on for the British Council to produce printed material based around the 12 Professional practices in the British Council’s CPD Framework.In her talk at the conference, Katherine looks at...
  • Geetha also talks about the launch of her new book on assessment, published by Cambridge University Press.In her talk, Geetha Durairajan looks at the current challenges in education related to formative assessment and attempts to bring assessment...
  • John and Tim’s talk looks at frameworks for continuing professional development and explores the usefulness of these as a tool for teachers to help them focus on areas for development. Their talk focuses on the global Continuing Professional...
  • During her talk, Elka suggests that for too long we have been discussing language and teacher education in deficit terms, as challenges to be overcome through better teaching and training. Her talk explores reframing models of teaching and teacher...
  • How can secondary school English teachers encourage interaction and real communication in large classes with few resources? This workshop introduces the audience to some of the communicative teacher education materials that an experience team of...
  • What is your experience of working with overambitious curricula in your context. What are the challenges you face?nference, Rukmini looks at the challenges and opportunities for enhancing quality in teacher education. Her talk focuses broadly on...
  • Jamie’s talk at the Teacher Educator Conference 2015 looks at the increasing interest in and use of video-recording devices in language teaching and teacher training. The talk includes a number of videos that have been created by learners, teachers...
  • Krishna's talk presented and explored some of the key factors affecting English teacher motivation for professional development. His talk is based on a study involving 100 teachers working at secondary, higher secondary and tertiary levels and looks...
  • Colin talks about focusing on Continuing Professional Development as a way of ensuring continued quality, particularly the impact of school leadership as a way of encouraging teachers to take responsibility for their own development.Both Maya and...
  • In their talk, Paul, Lina and Richard look at the contents of the Indian ELT research database, which has been developed by EFL University, Warwick University and British Council India. They discuss some of the academic and technical issues...
  • This is a language and methodology upgrading / improvement course. The final assessed project on the course is the CPD project which asks teachers to identify areas for future professional development and suggest how they plan to continue...
  • Click here to watch the live stream in the Main hallClick here to watch the live stream in Hall G01/02Day 1: Friday 27 February 2015 (all times are local - GMT + 4.5 hours)10.00-11.15: Rod Bolitho - The ingredients of quality in teacher education (...