Champion Teachers Mexico: Stories of Exploratory Action Research in Escuelas Normales

Download this publication which presents stories of exploratory action research by teachers working in 'Escuelas normales' Mexico.

About the publication

The Champion Teachers program is an initiative of the British Council to help teachers improve their skills through continuous professional development (CPD) in research. The goal of the program is to promote specific research skills in order to understand students' academic needs, identify solutions, and implement changes supported by informed decisions.

This book is the result of twelve months of hard work by a group of teacher educators (Formadores de Inglés) from Mexico. For the first time in Mexico, teacher trainers from 'escuelas normales' of the Ministry of Public Education have undergone Exploratory Action Research (EAR) under the guidance of experts in the field and have systematically reported their findings for this publication.

Undoubtedly, their experiences will be of great interest to anyone related to the profession and will have a positive impact on the work carried out by the Teachers' Schools in the development of Basic Education teachers with a specialization in English Language Teaching. What these teacher educators have done is extraordinary and as such they truly deserve the title of "Champion Teachers".

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