This is the future

We are committed to making positive progress for our consumers and partners.

It is up to each of us to decide how important the difference is.

That is why we are discussing a future that we will co-create.

Over the next few months, we’ll share new dreams on a regular basis, along with the steps we believe are needed to realise these visions.

We hope to encourage creativity, launch conversations, and inspire ambition by doing so.

We want to form collaborations to investigate and solve issues, share best practises, innovate, and, most importantly, take action.

We’d like to know if you agree with our vision.

Take a look. Get in touch.

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Learning in different ways

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Using technology

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Using the radio

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Teachers learning too!

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This is the future we can create

Why we’re here

COVID-19 has affected progress in many key areas, such as health and well-being, education and climate change. All the challenges that society is struggling to deal with. But it also makes everyone see things in a different way.

For all of us, the challenge is how to get the most out of the projects we work on, the relationships we build, and the way we invest. This is why we call on everyone’s skills, creativity and knowledge to help society, government, customers and stakeholders set mid-term goals and chart paths to achieve these goals.

This is how

We need a realistic vision that focuses on real challenges and opportunities: the expertise to guide, implement and deliver transformations.

We are beginning to share our vision for the near future we want, and hope that we can create-more inclusive, educated communities.

FROM IDEAS TO ACTION

This is how

For every problem, every customer, and every affected individual or group, we use creativity, knowledge and expertise to produce better results.

Improve life opportunities and social inclusion

All over the world, many people feel disadvantaged and unhappy. Whenever an investment is made in infrastructure, healthcare or education, there is an opportunity to reverse this situation and make society stronger.

Finding ways to empower marginalized groups and allow skilled people to flourish in the future can achieve social and economic inclusion.

Make possible what is considered impossible

Innovation is the “engine of progress”. It unleashes potential and makes possible things that people think are impossible. Tried and trusted methods occupy a place, but new ideas, solutions and methods are essential to achieve change and respond to a rapidly changing world. Innovation helps to meet old challenges and solve new problems in new ways. To turn an idea into something useful requires knowledge, development, nurturing and resources.

New Ways of Teaching research – hybrid teaching (f2f and online/mobile) – British Council, Americas 2020

Remedial maths grades 4 to 8 app, Aptara, United Arab Emirates

Early literacy, CfBT, Brunei 2020

Tools to assess young learners, British Council, Venezuela 2020

Co-teaching with regional English teachers Grades 1 to 3, The Hands Up project, Palestine 2019 – to date

online teacher training for primary teachers and trainers on teaching online using story app, British Council, Venezuela 2020

Teaching on Wheels. 2-hour workshops for teacher’s in remote rural villages in Tunisia. Facilitated by 4 x 4 wheel drive car taking the VSAT, driver and photographer to a school. The vehicle had a generator, projector, white screen, microphone and camera. Delivered through Skype. 2020

English Clubs toolkit for tertiary students in West Africa. British Council, Sub-Saharan Africa 2018-2019

Script writing for audio/radio, British Council, Regional Education and English Academic Lead, South Asia (for global use) 2020

Lower primary curriculum for developing audio for education. British Council Global 2020

Intensive English Course for Primary teachers, to be delivered by audio/radio, Girls Education South Sudan (GESS2), consortium lead by Mott Macdonald, with Windle Trust International, BBC Media Action, Leonard Cheshire and Montrose, South Sudan 2019

Designing 75 session to deliver stories for Grades 4 to 6 to be broadcast on radio, British Council, Venezuela

Intensive English Course for Primary teachers, to be delivered by audio/radio, Girls Education South Sudan (GESS2), consortium lead by Mott Macdonald, with Windle Trust International, BBC Media Action, Leonard Cheshire and Montrose, South Sudan 2019

Early literacy, CfBT, Brunei 2020

Tools to assess young learners, British Council, Venezuela 2020

Designing 75 session to deliver stories for Grades 4 to 6 to be broadcast on radio, British Council, Venezuela

Co-teaching with regional English teachers Grades 1 to 3, The Hands Up project, Palestine 2019 – to date

online teacher training for primary teachers and trainers on teaching online using story app, British Council, Venezuela 2020

Intensive English Course for Primary teachers, to be delivered by audio/radio, Girls Education South Sudan (GESS2), consortium lead by Mott Macdonald, with Windle Trust International, BBC Media Action, Leonard Cheshire and Montrose, South Sudan 2019

Teaching for Success. A 30-hour face to face teacher training for primary teachers, British Council, Tunisia 2019-2020

Teaching on Wheels. 2-hour workshops for teacher’s in remote rural villages in Tunisia. Facilitated by 4 x 4 wheel drive car taking the VSAT, driver and photographer to a school. The vehicle had a generator, projector, white screen, microphone and camera. Delivered through Skype. 2020

Consultancy to advise on introduction of English at Primary school level in Cote d’ivoire. British Council, Sub-Saharan Africa 2018-2019

Consultancy to advise on introduction of English at Primary school level in Guinea. British Council, Sub-Saharan Africa 2019-2020

Consultancy to advise on introduction of English at Primary school level in Guinea. British Council, Sub-Saharan Africa 2019-2020

New Ways of Teaching research – hybrid teaching (f2f and online/mobile) – British Council, Americas 2020

Consultancy to advise on introduction of English at Primary school level in Cote d’ivoire. British Council, Sub-Saharan Africa 2018-2019

VISION

To build national capacity in developing effective and impactful teacher trainers and programmes, so that every child can engage in learning that is useful for their country’s future.

Excellent Teachers
Excellent Engineers
Excellent Doctors

MISSION

We teach and support teachers in low resourced and fragile contexts using practical and creative low tech media, so that every child can access quality education and fulfil their potential. We can, of course, also use technology where there is internet access.

Radio
TV
WhatsApp
Messenger
Facebook
Google Classroom
Zoom
Teams