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Hello from Clare November 6, 2009

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Hi, I’m Clare O’Donahue and  have worked on Project English for the last 9 months.  I have recently managed  a teacher development project here in Tamil Nadu and look forward to sharing our experiences at the conference.

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1. Stephen Jenner - November 6, 2009

Hi Clare

We’ll be broadcasting a session from the conference on the Tamil Nadu Project ‘The Silent Revolution’ on 19 Nov 13.30-14.30 IST. More info (and link soon) on the conference programme page at http://www.britishcouncil.org/india-projects-english-tpdschedule.htm.

2. Seamus - November 6, 2009

Hi Clare
I’m looking forward to hearing all about the ‘Silent Revolution’

3. Stephen Jenner - November 7, 2009

The session page for ‘Managing the Silent Revolution is now live’. Looks like a fascinating session.

http://www.britishcouncil.org.in/efponline/sessions/20_4.html

4. Stephen Jenner - November 9, 2009

I’m looking forward to this too. Great title! Session page is now live at http://www.britishcouncil.org.in/efponline/sessions/20_4.html

5. Susan Hillyard - November 16, 2009

Hi Clare,
I’m a (now freelance) teacher trainer, workshop facilitator, NILE trainer and materials writer based in Argentina and am really looking forward to seeing how you planned, developed and implemented your “Silent Revolution”

I’m a trained educational dramatist and fully believe in activity based English Language Learning. Am working hard to promote this form of ELT in Argentina and other countries. I hope to learn a lot from this presentation.
Susan H

clareod - November 17, 2009

Hello Susan

The Tamil Nadu project has been very interesting to work on, the SSA ( (Education for All) have had experience in rolling out large scale change projects, so I have also learnt a lot. We were able to use their expertise and knowledge to ensure that the English programme had as much impact in the classroom as possible.

Clare O’Donahue Senior Training Consultant (Project English) British Council Division I British Deputy High Commission I 737 Anna Salai I Chennai 600 002 T + 91 (0) 44 4205 0715 F +91 (0) 44 4205 0688 Email: clare.odonahue@in.britishcouncil.org Web: http://www.britishcouncil.org.in/projectenglish

6. Uma - November 17, 2009

Hi Clare,

I like the term Silent Revolution…..Really wish we could post all the feedback received from both Master trainers and teachers regarding the impact that this project is having both on their teaching skills and on the children…Hope that this project gets to phase two in TN and Phase 3 in Kerala…

7. selvaraj - May 1, 2010

hi clare
hello madam I am one of the master trainer.my life style changed for the good after attending the 10 days training programme. Your presentation in harrogate vision to the village along with Aruna rathanam is quiet interesting.

8. jagadeesh ms - February 29, 2012

Hi Clare I am jagadeesh ms teacher from karnataka India.I have recently attended TEACHER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME.as a master trainer & it was really useful one .It. has given me basic cofidence to train teachers and teach well in the class .I really want to develop my English language & teaching skills further .PLEASE TELL ME WHAT SHALL I EXPECT FROM U AND BRITISH COUNCIL. I am really thankful to u for such wonderful training.

clare.odonahue@britishcouncil.org - March 8, 2012

Hi Jagadeesh

Thanks for contacting me. In fact British Council is still working in Karnataka rolling out a 5 day programme to all primary teachers. We would like to continue to support the Master trainers in Karnataka and will let you know when we are able to finalise any programme.

Very best wishes

Clare

9. k jagadeesh chandra bose - August 17, 2012

when will you give master trainers training for the training given to primary school teachers in 2012?

10. k jagadeesh chandra bose - August 17, 2012

i mean i am asking for tamilnadu state teachers


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