Managing and developing learning resources for teachers is one of the professional practices in the British Council's teacher educator framework. It involves demonstrating familiarity with current theories and practice of learning resources use and development in order to make decisions about teacher learning, demonstrating familiarity with key research issues in learning resources use and development, and selecting learning resources. It involves developing and adapting learning resources, making effective use of equipment and technological platforms to support learning and developing and maintaining a system for storing and retrieving learning materials. It also involves articulating rationale for the learning resources to colleagues, learner teachers and others, evaluating the effectiveness of your own use of learning resources, and researching, reflecting on and assessing the impact of your approach to managing and developing learning resources.
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