Spoken English Project 2018 and 2019 of the Directorate of Education and Trinity College London’s assessment
In the summer of 2018, the Directorate of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi had launched the ‘Spoken English Project’ for 24000 students of grade 11 studying in the government schools of Delhi.
British Council/Macmillan (BC/M) and ACT were selected as the training providers for spoken English. And as an external organization Trinity College London was assigned the work of conducting the pre and post assessment of spoken English to assess the progress of students during the 160 hours of training.
The report of …
Trinity College London conducts a pilot training program for teachers of Punjab government in teaching English communication skills.
This report documents the objectives, process and outcomes of the training project conducted in September 2020. The focus of the teacher training was to introduce Punjab State government school to approaches and techniques for teaching communication skills in English. Since it was the pandemic time, the training was delivered successfully on a virtual platform interspersed with many activities and a lot of interaction that engaged teachers meaningfully.
The success of the program lies in the academic analysis of the project described comprehensively in this report.
Trinity College London is delighted to bring the Digital Grades and Diplomas to all of our teachers and candidates, across all of our international markets, meaning that whatever the challenges the future brings, candidates will be able to continue taking their exams digitally.
Launching on our newly upgraded digital system offering a completely revamped customer experience, the Digital Grades and Diplomas will be available to all candidates and teachers who want to have their achievement recognised through a Trinity College London Music or Drama qualification.
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Trinity College London is incredibly excited to announce the launch of its brand-new Digital Grades and Diplomas which, from November 2020, will provide an online platform for the assessment of music and drama grade and diploma exams. We are delighted to be able to make digital music and drama exams available to teachers and candidates in all our markets, meaning that whatever the challenges the rest of this year brings, candidates will be able to continue taking their exams digitally.
For further information visit the Digital Grades and Diplomas page.…
The global pandemic has changed the world for all of us in ways we could never have imagined. Many families have suffered illness, loss and unemployment, while many businesses have struggled to survive. The education sector has been particularly badly hit with teachers and pupils having to adapt to very alien conditions indeed.
However, even with the immense challenges that the pandemic brought, the combined efforts of teachers, examiners, candidates and their parents have allowed all of us to take enormous strides over the past few months. To cope with the world in lock down we accelerated and expanded the …