Uzbekistan

ELT-Consultants was founded in 2010, any projects or events listed before that year

were delivered by individual Directors or Associates (please refer to individual CV). 

Projects and events listed in descending year order, with newest first.

 

Project: Education Reform, English

To provide on-line support and feedback on textbook development to textbook authors; to provide feedback on the Kid’s English grade 5 and 6 and DVD; to advise on the assessment tools and mechanisms for learners at primary

Location: distance

Donor: British Council, Uzbekistan

Partner: Ministry of Education, Uzbekistan (Curriculum Development Dept, Assessment Dept, Teacher Training Dept)

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Project: Education Reform, English

To advise on teacher training for the Ministry of Primary Education on primary methodology and new textbooks for primary; to provide on-line support and feedback on textbook development to textbook authors prior to the face to face visit; to provide consultancy for monitoring and data analysis on the pilot of the new textbooks; to provide feedback on the Kid’s English grade 4 and DVD; to advise on the assessment tools and mechanisms for learners at primary; to facilitate the discussions around assessment and monitoring and evaluation of ELT at primary level.

Location: Tashkent

Duration: September 2016 ongoing

Donor: British Council,  Uzbekistan

Partner: Ministry of Education, Uzbekistan (Curriculum Development Dept, Assessment Dept, Teacher Training Dept)

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Project: Education Reform, English

To advise on teacher training for the Ministry of Primary Education on primary methodology and new textbooks for primary; to provide on-line support and feedback on textbook development to textbook authors prior to the face to face visit; to provide consultancy for monitoring and data analysis on the pilot of the new textbooks; to provide feedback on the Kid’s English grade 3 and DVD;  to advise on the assessment tools and mechanisms for learners at primary; to facilitate the discussions around assessment and monitoring and evaluation of ELT at primary level.

Location: Tashkent


Duration:  10 – 14th November, 2014


Donor: British Council, Uzbekistan


Status: Awarded


Partner: Ministry of Education, Uzbekistan (Curriculum Development Dept, Assessment Dept, Teacher Training Dept)
 

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Project: Education Reform, English

To facilitate round table discussion on Primary education; to review materials written by in-country authors for Grade 2; to present findings in a report; to support the development of Grade 3; to plan and design training for the MoE, authors of in-country materials and senior teacher trainers; to identify how to improve both the materials and the teacher training; to advise on assessment; to identify British Council programmes to match the needs of the context; to support writers online

Location: Tashkent

Duration: 10 - 16th March, 2014

Donor: British Council, Uzbekistan

Status: Awarded

Partner: Ministry of Education, Uzbekistan (Curriculum Development Dept, Assessment Dept, Teacher Training Dept)

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Project: Education Reform, English

Evaluate grade 1 materials written in-country

Location: distance

Duration: March 2013

Donor: British Council, Uzbekistan

Partner: Ministry of Education, Uzbekistan (Curriculum Development Dept, Assessment Dept, Teacher Training Dept)

Uzbekistan: Country facts

Population
  • 28.93 million
GDP per capita (2011 PPP$)
  • 4,704.53
Adult literacy rate (% 15 and older)
  • 99.4%
Gross enrolment ratio: primary (% of children of primary school age)
  • 93
Gross enrolment ratio: secondary (% of children of secondary school age)
  • 105
Gross enrolment ratio: tertiary (% of population of tertiary school age)
  • 9
Primary school dropout rates (% of primary school cohort)
  • 1.92
Pupil-teacher ratio
  • 16
Expenditure on education (% of GDP)
  • n.a.

Source: United Nations Human Development Reports 2014