As part of our Continuing Professional Development in Basic Education (cpdBE) project we aim to encourage the exchange of information about good practice and what works / what doesn’t work during a series of face-to-face workshops.
The workshops are one-day events in Colombia, Brazil and Mexico. They include a combination of expert-led presentations and participant-driven discussions. The workshops have a consultative nature in that it focuses on participants’ experiences and needs in CPD.
Report from the cpdBE Colombia workshop
The first cpdBE workshop was held in Bogotá (Colombia) on 22 July 2019. This all-day event counted with 24 participants, who were British Council staff from across the region and external consultants who work in projects in Colombia. This workshop took an inward look at what the British Council understands as good CPD, how it can strengthen its CPD programmes and how countries can share knowledge in this area.
This document is a report of the presentations, conversations, discussions and exchange of ideas that took place.
Report from the cpdBE Brazil workshop
This report is a result of the second cpdBE workshop, held in Brazil in November 2019. During this workshop, invited guests came together to share research, best practice and successful experiences in CPD. This document summarizes the presentations, conversations, discussions and exchange of ideas that took place.
Report from the cpdBE Mexico workshop
This report is the result of the third cpdBE workshop, held in Mexico in February 2020. During this workshop, teachers, teacher educators, researchers and school leaders came together to share best practice in CPD. This document summarizes the presentations and discussions that took place.
Impact and Lessons Learned from School Closings in the Americas
How did governments and schools in the Americas region deal with the pandemic? What can we expect from now on? How can we plan for 2021? These are some of the main questions that will be answered in the webinar Impact and Lessons Learned from School Closings in the Americas, in which we will share with our attendees the measures that were implemented during 2020, the perspectives of different stakeholders in the education system and the main findings and conclusions of the 2020 research applied in 11 countries, 5,218 teachers surveyed, in the words of 63 expert voices.