We are delighted to announce the winners of the #TeachingChangesLives competition!
Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries – we were moved by the sheer number of inspiring and life-changing stories we received.
Prize: an all-expenses paid scholarship for the Oxford English Language Teachers’ Academy Summer School, held at Worcester College, Oxford.
Diana Carolina Barriga, Colombia
“Carolina’s story of the work she is doing in the poorer areas of Bogota is very moving. For many of us, education is taken for granted but this story shows us the real difference a teacher can make.”
Eugenia Yurinova, Russia
“A truly inspirational story. I am glad to see that this teacher was able to make an impact on people that society will often leave behind, and I am not surprised that the impact also changed her.”
Hamadony Muzafarov, Tajikistan
“If we need proof that teaching changes lives, the stories of Madina and Sayora show beyond doubt the power of education.”
Prize: An Oxford Teachers’ Academy Online professional development course.
The competition is now closed.
We asked teachers to complete the following task:
Create a presentation or a video to show how your English language teaching has changed lives for the better.
You can focus on an individual student OR a class OR an entire school or institution.
1st Prize: A two-week all-expenses paid professional development scholarship in Oxford
Four grand-prize winners from different regions across the globe will win a two-week all-expenses paid scholarship to attend the Oxford English Language Teachers’ Academy Summer School, held at Worcester College, Oxford.
2nd Prize: An Oxford Teachers’ Academy Online professional development course
8 runners-up will win an Oxford Teachers’ Academy Online professional development course. The winners can choose from any of the following courses:
Oxford University Press – We believe that teaching changes lives
Every day, we enrich the lives of individuals and communities through education and learning English.
This is our story – but what’s yours? Have you ever thought how your own teaching has helped to change lives for the better?