Teaching Peer Support Groups ©

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If you are an English language teacher interested in your professional development and looking for like-minded people, join our Peer Support Groups or set one up yourself! 

A peer support group is a group of English teachers from the same or similar school, college, lyceum or university who meet regularly with the main aim of providing mutual support. 

The group can vary in size, from 6 to 14. 

Broadly, the group meetings provide a place to: 

  • discuss and find help after teacher training 
  • share experiences and learn from these
  • find support. 

If you decide that you would like to start a PSG in your school, college or university, please let us know and we will help you start it off or send you a guidance. 

We have PSGs in all regions of Uzbekistan, where teachers meet to support each other in their professional development.