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The EU Communication Project was developed by the British Council in direct response to needs expressed by the beneficiaries, who are government officials in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialised Education of Uzbekistan identified the improvement of in-service teacher training in higher and secondary specialised/vocational education as a policy priority and invited the British Council to be a key partner in reforming the national INSET system.
The innovative Teacher Development by Radio Programme was the British Council's response to an urgent need articulated by Nigerian state authorities and teachers: to provide Nigeria's English Language teachers with cost-effective professional development opportunities, while at the same time impacting on a wide audience.
The Ministry had just introduced English at primary level and wished to make sure its cadre of teachers throughout the country were brought up-to-date with the latest ideas in teaching young learners.
In this major, ambitious project a British Council consultant has been working in partnership with the West Bengal state primary education board to reform the primary English syllabus, in accordance with the state's new policy for re-emphasising English language learning.
The British Council's professional development projects 'Teaching English to Heterogenous Classes' and 'Teaching English to Young Learners' were developed in response to demand from teacher trainers (pre-service and in-service) in the Czech Republic for professional development in these two areas of language teaching.