An open call for case studies was advertised through our respective networks, with over 400 submissions received. Following a process of review and coding against the emergent themes, the publication team identified 22 stories that they believed demonstrated the range of hardware and software being used to improve learning for students and for teachers’ professional development across India. The case studies show teachers using virtual reality, video conferencing, WhatsApp groups and other technologies with ideas for how other teachers might replicate their innovations. By highlighting this good practice, we aim to inspire future action by others to experiment in similar contexts.
Jointly published by British Council India and Central Square Foundation, the publication can be read in conjunction with our 2015 report: Technology for professional development: access, interest and opportunity for teachers of English in South Asia.
Both books are free to download as pdf files.
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