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Teacher Education through School Based Support in India. TEC14, Hyderabad. Collaborative approach to teacher development. Centrality of valuing the voices of Indian teachers and an appreciation of their educational context

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Teacher education through school based support in india

Teacher Education through School Based Support in India

TEC14, Hyderabad


Collaborative approach to teacher development

Collaborative approach to teacher development

  • Centrality of valuing the voices of Indian teachers and an appreciation of their educational context

  • A suggestive approach that inspires rather than being prescriptive and exhaustive.

  • Provides the ‘seeds for adaptation and adoption.

  • Promotes reflection and sharing of practices /experiences.


The oer materials

The OER Materials

  • Takes the form of a resource or tool kit

  • Supports and speaks directly to the teacher

  • Builds mutual respect between teachers and students

  • Promotes active engagement of students

  • Focuses on transferable classroom techniques

  • Includes many practical activities and dialogue

  • Stands alone and also complements other forms of training

  • Assessment an integral part of teaching-learning


Process of material development

Process of Material Development

  • Gathering a bi-national writing team

  • Scoping what is required(policy[ NCF 2005 & NCFTE 2009], research, experiences of teachers & teacher educators)

  • Outlining a syllabus for each subject set( classroom techniques)

  • Writing each unit as a team, peer reviewing and reworking

  • Circulating the first draft to critical readers in India and UK

  • Using the feedback to inform writing of the second draft

  • Preparing the audio visual content- Indian classrooms

  • Development testing of the materials in Indian classrooms

  • Publiction of the English Units

  • Making them available in multiple formats: in print, online, on CDs, on SD cards for mobile phones


The oer units are

The OER Units are:

  • OERs are : LIVE Free Open , represent shells written initially in English to be translated and localised.

  • Criticality of OER localisation to fit different teaching and learning contexts- to reflect local cultures, customs school traditions.Capacity building of those involved integral to the process.

  • Evolving (Assume adaptation and amendment)


Localisation of oers

Localisation of OERs

  • Identification and Constitution of State Resource groups/teams ( subject specific) in collaboration with SCERT, SSA & RMSA other key institutions.

  • Conduct of a Series of Subject specific Workshops for refining and localizing OER units by the SRGs (SLEs, SLMs, Experts)

  • Integrating videos, case studies, reference to NCERT textbooks, photographs etc into the Units.

  • Vetting and approval by SLMs and Review Committee


Example content from elementary english 1

Example content from Elementary English (1)

EE 15: Everyday English: using the community as a source: Activity 1

EE 02: English emergent literacy: songs, rhymes and word play: Activity 5


Example content from elementary english 2

Example content from Elementary English (2)

EE 15: Everyday English: using the community as a source: Activity 5

EE 6: Reading English: shared reading and guided reading: Resource 2


Example content from secondary english 1

Example content from Secondary English (1)

SE 02: English in the Classroom: Case study 1


Example content from secondary english 2

Example content from Secondary English (2)--

SE 6: Helping students write independently: Resource 1

SE 12: Teaching literature: Activity 5


Tools and vehicles

Tools and vehicles

  • The units represent both tools that can be employed according to their users’ differing needs and contexts, and vehicles for creating supplementary units to extend what is currently available.

  • As such, they place their end-users at the centre of their creation, enhancement and deployment, in a collaborative, needs-driven, iterative process.

    NOT AN END IN THEMSELVES


Material usage by states possibilities

Material Usage by States : Possibilities

  • Pre- Service Teacher Education ( Modules/ Supplement/Practicum)

  • In- service Teacher Education Programs (SCERT/DIET etc)

  • On line Courses Open Universities/ ODL Contact

  • Trainings of HTs/ Principals / State administrative cadre DEOs/BEOs and others

  • Incorporation into training modules

  • Conducting discussion & dialogue in BRC/ CRC meetings on classroom pedagogic practices

  • Promote academic support in classrooms.


To find out more see our website

To find out more, see our website:

  • www.TESS-India.edu.in


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