STEM Teacher Training Workshop to develop Research-Based Pedagogical Tools

About the Programme

The British Council, in collaboration with Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, are organising STEM Teacher Training Workshops to develop  Research-Based Pedagogical Tools (RBPT) for Undergraduate Science Teachers.

These workshops will introduce participants to Research-Based Pedagogical Tools (RBPTs) that focus on the process of science rather than information-transfer. It will be a hands-on workshop with participants preparing their own teaching tools and reviewing those of others. Teachers will also get an opportunity to share their own teaching innovations with peers and experts.

This is an opportunity for professional development for teachers and the chance to network with counterparts from various colleges and education experts from India and abroad, and to get information on funding opportunities.

The workshops will be delivered by a team from Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Indian experts on education and policy.

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Teachers teaching Bachelors or Masters courses in any discipline of basic science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) or Mathematics with either a Master’s degree + 10 years’ teaching experience or a PhD + 5years teaching experience are eligible to apply. Highly motivated/exceptional candidates with less experience will be considered based on the information in their application. 


Deadline for applications:  5th August 2018

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*Participants of the previous Level 1 RBPT workshops need not apply as contents of the above workshops will be the same.

Key Dates and Venue

1. 23 to 26 September, 2018 | Kolkata, West Bengal

 2. 28 September to 1 October, 2018 | Jaipur, Rajasthan

 Venue details will be shared with selected candidates

Costs Covered

There are no charges to the participants selected for this workshop. Travelling Allowance will be paid to selected participants.


For any query and clarification please contact:

1.    IISER, Pune:; 

2.    British Council, India –