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A look at the history and impact of the OU's Teacher Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA) in Zambia, by Kris Stutchbury, Senior Lecturer in Teacher Education and Academic Director of TESSA.
Professor Helen Yanacopulos discusses the collective sense of denial surrounding the recent Oxfam scandal
STIR's Chief Programme Officer, James Townsend, shares how TESS-India materials are used to implement a ‘See, Feel and Change’ approach
The OU's Dr Simon Cross discusses the impact that meeting some of the 40,000 TESS-India MOOC participants has had on him
Save the Children's Dr Sandhya Paranjpe describes the 'paradigm shift' Teacher Educators experienced as a result of the TESS-India Programme
Dr Sunita Singh, former TESS-India State Representative for Bihar, shares her teacher mentoring experiences in India
A change of focus in many schools that teach through English could lead to better student learning outcomes, suggests the British Council.
As part of our #OpenInsights series, former Senior DFID India Education Adviser, Colin Bangay, applies a venture capitalist framework to TESS-India
By Dr Anna Riggall. Local languages can complement and support EMI in the classroom. Partnerships are required to achieve both learning and language goals of education.
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