Resource books

EA Taxonomy term (Content) - Row by date

This non-academic research book demonstrates ten teacher educators' professional reflective journeys through action research.

This is a practical handbook, written in a non-academic, teacher-friendly style, to show teachers how they can engage in research for their own continuing professional development and for the benefit of their students.

This report offers an exploration of the policies and practices relating to the evaluation of teaching currently being used within the government school system in India.

This review assesses an international body of educational literature on teacher evaluation and draws on this to make recommendations for the evaluation of teachers in English language teaching.

This report explores what is known about the relationship between English language learning and employability in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). 

A book of training materials for teachers in ‘low-resource’ classrooms.

This paper aims to open up discussions on the role of English in multilingual education and be of practical help to policy makers, advisers, project managers, and English language teachers.

This volume takes stock of contexts around the globe in which English is being used and taught as a means of alleviating conflict and promoting security, stability and peace.

This book describes how the British Council has been working closely with the Venezuelan Education Ministry to strengthen the teaching of English in state schools, since 2014.

In a multicultural and multilingual context like the Peruvian one, the teaching of English in the school presents enormous challenges. This publication is recognition of the pedagogical practices in English of educators from different regions of the country.

This publication reports on an extended and intensive baseline investigation into the role and status of English in fifteen higher education institutions across Ukraine.

This report recognises both the arguments for education to be in a familiar language and the demand for English.

Pages

Subscribe to Resource books