EA Taxonomy term (Content) - Track record A-Z
The British Council responded readily to a request from the Honourable Minister for Education, Kerala, India, and the Director of the State Council Educational Research and Training programme, for help with improving the English language and teaching skills of primary teachers in the state.
This innovative project was implemented in Lebanon, Morocco, Syria and Tunisia with the intention of improving English Language Teaching in those countries by training teachers to exploit the British Council's impressive web-based resources.
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 British Council-managed project was launched to ensure that Ukraine's ELT community understands the change in the learning and teaching paradigms advocated in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The Latvian Ministry of Education wished to improve the quality of pre-service teacher education across Latvia, and asked the British Council for help.
The Bureau for Development of Education (Ministry of Education) in Macedonia required support in the training of a team of 20 teachers of English in designing materials for teaching young learners that would be implemented in grade one in the state primary schools.
Following the introduction of English in public primary schools, the Ministry of Education of the province of Tucumán identified the training of teachers as a priority and asked the British Council for support to design and manage a project with this objective.
This project was launched following a request to the British Council from the Nepali Ministry of Education for help with a three-year project aiming to improve the ability of Primary School teachers of English to teach the language effectively, especially in remote or marginalised areas.
The British High Commission Nicosia has supported a number of projects designed to modernise the civil service in North Cyprus through the application of modern strategic planning, recruitment and management techniques.
The British Council, in partnership with the Ministry of Education of Azerbaijan, developed a new training course aiming to improve the capacity of Azerbaijan teachers of English at secondary school level to deliver English classes that reflect the latest ideas in methodology.