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Number of items: 13.

2018

Solly, Michael and Woodward, Clare (2018). Using Mediated Authentic Video as a potential innovative solution for training at scale: a view from Bangladesh. In: Kuchah, Kuchah and Shamin, Fauzia eds. Intenational Perspectives on Teaching English in Difficult Circumstances: Contexts, Challenges and Possibilities. International Perspectives on English Language Teaching. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 221–242. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2017

Stutchbury, Kris and Woodward, Clare (2017). Teachers Taught, Lessons Learnt: Experiences of Using Video to Support Teacher Learning on Three Continents. In: Pan Commonwealth Forum 8 (PCF8), 28-30 Nov 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. file

Stutchbury, Kris and Woodward, Clare (2017). Mediated Authentic Video: A Flexible Tool Supporting a Developmental Approach to Teacher Education. Journal of Learning for Development - JL4D, 4(2) file

2016

Power, Tom; Cullen, Jane; Woodward, Clare; Mathew, Rama; Payler, Jane and McCormick, Robert (2016). Assessment Project - Bangladesh. Baseline Study. The British Council, Dhaka (In Press).

2015

Walsh, Christopher S.; Woodward, Clare; Solly, Michael and Shrestha, Prithvi (2015). The Potential of Mobile Phones to Transform Teacher Professional Development to Build Sustainable Educational Futures in Bangladesh. AAOU Journal, 10(1) pp. 37–52. file

Twining, Peter; Davis, Niki; Charania, Amina; Chowfin, Aleta; Henry, Fiona; Nordin, Hasniza and Woodward, Clare (2015). Developing New Indicators To Describe Digital Technology Infrastructure In Primary And Secondary Education. UNESCO Institute for Statistics, Montreal. file

2014

Walsh, Christopher; Woodward, Clare; Solly, Michael and Shrestha, Prithvi (2014). The potential of mobile phones to transform teacher professional development. In: 28th Annual Conference Asian Association of Open Universities: Advancing open and distance learning: research and practices, The Open University of Hong Kong, pp. 641–651. file

Woodward, Clare; Griffiths, Malcolm and Solly, Michael (2014). English in Action: a new approach to continuing professional development through the use of mediated video, peer support and low-cost mobilephones in Bangladesh. In: Hayes, David ed. Innovations In The Continuing Professional Development Of English Language Teachers. London: British Council, pp. 227–248. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Woodward, Clare; Burton, Sonia; Power, Tom; McCormick, Robert and Siddique, Md. Ashraf (2014). Classroom Practices of Primary and Secondary Teachers Participating in English in Action: Second Cohort (2013). English in Action, Dhaka, Bangladesh. file

2012

Power, Tom; Shaheen, Robina; Solly, Michael; Woodward, Clare and Burton, Sonia (2012). English in action: school based teacher development in Bangladesh. Curriculum Journal, 23(4) pp. 503–529. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Jenkins, Alyson; Carroll, Fiona; Woodward, Clare; Kop, Rita and Jenkins, Emrys (2012). Exploring how social media can enhance the teaching of action research. Action Research, 10(2) pp. 170–188.

Woodward, Clare and Solly, Michael (2012). Implementing the pilot stage of English in Action: negotiating the route to sustainable improvement in ELT classroom practice. In: Tribble, Christopher and Odell, Adrian eds. Managing Change in English Language Teaching: Lessons from Experience. London: British Council, pp. 165–170.

Woodward, Clare and Solly, Michael (2012). Implementing English in Action in Bangladesh. In: Tribble, Christopher ed. Managing Change in English Language Teaching: Lessons from Experience. London: British Council, pp. 165–170. file

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