Case Study

South Korean Ministry of Education

Delivering teacher training to South Korean teachers

In January 2016, BSC London teamed up with Docetis International to provide training for South Korean Primary and Secondary school teachers.

As part of a project funded by the South Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, teachers received methodology training before taking part in an eight-week practicum in a primary or secondary school.

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Trainee Testimonials

The most significant thing for me was
differentiation. I always gave the same script
to my students. I realise now I can give them
differentiated instructions – this is the most
important implication of this course for me.

Cho Rong, South Korea

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Our partnership

With the help of Docetis International, British Study Centres was able to provide expert methodology training to South Korean teaching staff.

This exciting project, funded by the South Korean Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MEST), provides selected participants with training sessions before and after their stay in the UK.

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What did British Study Centres provide?

In order to prepare the teachers for their eight-week placement at specially selected London secondary primary and schools, British Study Centres provided in-depth methodology training sessions.

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What makes us unique ?

  • Bespoke courses:
    With our expertise in course design, we can tailor a teacher training course to suit your organisation or company needs.
  • Experts in Teacher Training: At British Study Centres, we have trained thousands of teachers over the past 20 years and have gained worldwide recognition as a training provider.
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