Throughout the world English is often taught in ‘low-resource’ classrooms, but there are few training materials which are derived from and which reflect this reality. The materials presented here are intended to help fill this gap.

Diversity: Groups of teachers from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan look at different aspects of diversity, including multilingual and multicultural contexts.

Managing: Groups of teachers from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan look at different aspects of classroom management in large classes.

Materials and methodology: Groups of teachers from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan look at different aspects of materials and methodology in low-resource contexts.

Primary success stories: Teachers from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan share their stories of successes in low-resource primary classrooms.

Secondary success stories: Teachers from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan share their stories of successes in low-resource secondary classrooms

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Secondary Success Stories: Developing 21st century skills

Saima from Pakistan explains how she uses project-based learning to develop 21st century skills such as critical and creative thinking, collaboration, social responsibility, problem-solving, communication skills and media literacy.

Diversity: How to handle weaker students

Working in low-resource contexts, teachers research and share how to include weaker students, give them a sense of achievement and increase their confidence levels. 

Research and insight

We have hundreds of case studies, research papers, publications and resource books written by researchers and experts in ELT from around the world. 

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