A sociocultural approach to teacher development and education – Videos

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July 14, 2013 by Willy Cardoso

Talk given as part of the British Council Seminars (London, 31 April, 2013).

source of recordings and an abstract can be found on the EnglishAgenda website

1 Introduction

2 Sociocultural theory and teacher development

3 The classroom as context / Practical ideas

4 Implications for training course design

My sincere thanks to the British Council Spring Gardens team firstly for hosting this talk, it was a great pleasure to be part of the Seminar series; and also for filming it and making it freely available online.

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One thought on “A sociocultural approach to teacher development and education – Videos

  1. esgaleth says:

    Reblogged this on Teaching English: Ins & Outs and commented:
    That’s exactly how I felt after my CELTA course! I would go even further to suggest that culture awareness is definitely missing from the CELTA course, at least in the context of this country.

    Thanks a lot for the input – it does feel great to know that somebody is trying to tackle the same issue, not particularly popular due to certain reasons.

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