Live Webcast: Teacher Educator Conference 2015 (Main Hall)

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Day 1: Friday 27 February

09.30 – 10.00 Inauguration by by His Excellency Shri E.S.L. Narasimhan, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana; Sunaina Singh, Vice-Chancellor English and Foreign Languages University(EFL-U), Hyderabad; S Mohanraj, Dean, School of English Language Education, English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U); Chris Brandwood, Director English – South Asia, British Council; Andrew McAllister British Deputy High Commissioner, Hyderabad; George Pickering, Trustee, International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL)Chair: Michael Connolly, Assistant Director, English Partnerships, British Council India
10.00 – 11.15 Keynote address: The ingredients of quality in teacher education, RodBolitho
11.45 – 12.15 Rethinking teacher motivation for professional development,Amol Padwad
12.30 – 13.00 Streaming of students: how to promote social justice and inclusivity,Jayagowri Shivakumar
14.00 – 15.00 Evaluation in teacher education programmes: a critical appraisal,Geetha Durairajan (Cambridge University Press)
15.45 – 16.40 Moving from quantity to quality – implications for teacher educationPanel: Colin Bangay (DfiD), Maya Menon (The Teacher Foundation),Lina Mukhopadhyay (EFLU) and Amol Padwad (AINET)Chair: Rittika Chanda Parruck (British Council)
16.40 – 16.50 Continuing Professional Development Framework: going global
17.00 – 18.00 Blissfully developing teacher education materials, Huma Riaz andRosie Tanner
18.15 – 19.15 Moving away from traditional methodologies in language education – thebaby has been thrown out with the bath waterChair: Chris Brandwood 

Day 2: Saturday 28 February

09.00 – 10.00 Plenary:Learning to read in India: challenges and opportunities for enhancingquality in teacher education, Rukmini Banerji
10.15 – 11.15 Frameworks – they might look dull but actually they’re really useful for all sorts of things, John Shackleton and Tim Phillips
12.00 – 13.00 Are we supporting teachers to address student diversity in the classroom? Dilemmas and solutions, Renu Singh
14.00 – 15.00 Video cameras in English language teaching, Jamie Keddie
15.30 – 16.30 Evaluating the quality of teacher education programmes – whatworks?Panel: David Hayes (Brock University, Canada), Rama Mathew (DelhiUniversity), John Simpson (British Council), Renu Singh (Young LivesIndia),Chair: Sara Pierson (British Council)

Day 3: Sunday 1 March

09.00 – 10.00 Plenary: A fine balance: English language teacher education in21st-century India, Alison Barrett
10.15 – 11.15 Towards understanding teacher motivation for professional development, Krishna K Dixit 
12.00 – 13.00 Reviewing and improving quality in large-scale teacher education anddevelopment programmes, Sara Pierson and Duncan Wilson 
14.00 – 14.30 Curriculum change and innovation: insiders’ perspectives, RavinarayanChakrakodi
14.45 – 15.45 Plenary: Teacher education and quality assurance, Paul Gunashekar
15.45 – 16.15 Main Hall Valedictory

Download the Teacher Educator Conference 2014 paper publication – Innovation in English Language Teacher Education: http://t.co/BxFK6mKYum

 

 

 

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22 thoughts on “Live Webcast: Teacher Educator Conference 2015 (Main Hall)

  1. Lilia Figueiredo

    Hi,
    Very interesting topics for a teacher. How can I be sure I will be able to attend the live Seminar? Will you send me a password to get in or is it enough to get through this page?

    Best regards,

    Lilia

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  2. Chandramouli Subramanian

    I am a TOI Teach India volunteer teaching spoken English to the underprivileged school pass out children to find gainful employment in Delhi & NCR. I would be keen to learn new and effective ways to teach English from this Conference.

    Reply
  3. Dr.G. Mary Sunanda

    It is good , if we get the hard copy of all the parallel sessions. The certificate we get is on a par with a refresher course or not ? i have a doubt. kindly clarify ,

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  4. sonia

    Hi

    Wow! This keynote address: The ingredients of quality in teacher education, RodBolitho is really an eye opener for me. I am sure it is definitely going to make a difference in the quality of education that I provide to my students. I am happy to know the ingredients of quality education! Thanks a million, sir RodBolitho.

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  5. Pranjal Saikia

    Dear sir/mam,

    I am a teacher from Assam.I have been a Master Trainer of British Council,India for AHA in Assam.

    I want to be a member here.
    Thanks
    Pranjal Saikia

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  6. sonia

    Thank you for making us aware of the ” motivation for professional development”, Sir Amol Padwad. Progress has to be conditional & the concept of Autonomy, Mastery & Purpose is absolutely wonderful to ponder on for teachers like me the new or the beginner teachers.

    Thanks Sir, Amol Padwad for explaining the concept of motivation in such a lucid way!

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  7. Moumita

    Thanks very much for making this conference available for people like me who couldn’t make it to Hyderabad by bringing it live on this webpage.

    Regards

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  8. Mohmad Alhack

    I started English in secondary school and some more in university . And I decided to come here because I want to improve my English a lot .but only for pleasure . And for me the best place to learn English is in London so I come here .
    Thank you .

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  9. sonia verma

    Hi
    The Plenary: Learning to read in India: challenges and opportunities for enhancing quality in teacher education by Rukmini Banerji Ma’am has really been a thought provoking talk for. I tried to analyze my situation in my classroom & It guides me to reflect back on my teaching as far as the reality is concerned.

    Thanks Rukmini ma’am for such an inspiring talk & the short video which you had shown in the end!

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  10. Mian Md. Naushaad Kabir

    It really feels great, as it always does, to listen to Prof. Paul Gunashekar. I recall my pre-PhD classes. His lecture on curriculum presents a very comprehensive overview of the field in relation to Indian teacher education scenario.

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