Managing teacher learning is one of the professional practices in the British Council's teacher educator framework. It involves showing competence in teacher professional practices and in relation to self-awareness and enabling skills. It involves having understanding of the professional context in which teachers work in order to demonstrate practical teaching solutions, articulation of how learning and assessment theories translate into pedagogical choices and classroom practice, familiarity with a current range of pedagogic techniques, including incorporating new technologies in the learning process, and an explicit analysis and articulation of the processes involved during specific demonstrations of classroom practice and professional behaviour.
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