Investigating global practices in teaching young learners

Fiona Copland, Sue Garton, Anne Burns

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Abstract

This project investigated global practices in TEYL. Key aims were to: discover what policy/syllabus documents inform practices globally; investigate major pedagogies used; better understand teachers’ perceptions of their roles and responsibilities, including challenges faced; identify how local solutions to pedagogical issues can be effective and how these may resonate globally.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBritish Council
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Copland, F., Garton, S., & Burns, A. (2011). Investigating global practices in teaching young learners. British Council.
Copland, Fiona ; Garton, Sue ; Burns, Anne. / Investigating global practices in teaching young learners. British Council, 2011.
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