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TESSA: Being a Professional: Track 1

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Teachers are the largest professionally trained group in the world numbering over 59 million. But what does being a professional mean for teachers? These dramas explore how two teachers acted in different situations (a school prize giving and in discussion with parents) and ask what are teachers' responsibilities? and where does education take place?

The clips in this album are designed to be used to support the development of teachers' classroom practice in both formal and non formal learning situations. This material is from the TESSA ( Teacher Education in Sub Saharan Africa) initiative.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 10 mins
  • Updated Wednesday 24th December 2008
  • Posted under Education
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Track 1: TESSA - Viva Umueze

Florence wants to take her pupils to a local festival but one parent is upset by the trip, until he realises that it is in his mothers hometown.


© The Open University 2008


Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 TESSA - Viva Umueze    Florence wants to take her pupils to a local festival but one parent is upset by the trip, until he realises that it is in his mothers hometown. Play now TESSA - Viva Umueze
2 TESSA - The Show Must Go On    Ejike continues with a prize giving ceremony despite suffering a personal tragedy. Play now TESSA - The Show Must Go On

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