[Action] Call for resources on teacher wellbeing

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Written by
Teacher in Crisis Context Collaborative (TiCC)
Published
Topic(s)
Teacher Wellbeing
Teachers

We invite you to contribute to a project of mapping resources for teacher wellbeing in emergencies. 

Through the work of the collaboratives on Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) and Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning (PSS-SEL), INEE has made significant contributions to support teachers in emergencies, including the Landscape Review: Teacher Well-being in Low Resource, Crisis, and Conflict-affected Settings (2019). 

The urgent need now is to build on this work by identifying and mapping existing teaching and learning resources and measurement tools that focus on teacher wellbeing in emergency contexts. 

Call for resources

Please let us know if you have any teaching and learning resources or measurement tools. This could be training manuals, self-help videos, online courses, podcasts, or any other multimedia resource to support the wellbeing of teachers in emergencies. This also includes any measurement tools that you may use to assess teacher wellbeing. Please also be free to forward this email to friends and colleagues in your network who you think may have ideas or resources to share. 

Please share any resources or tools, questions or ideas no later than Monday, 1 March for inclusion in the mapping. All materials should be sent to Sophia D’Angelo at sophia.dangelo@inee.org.

Dissemination of the mapping

Our goal is to compile and rapidly disseminate these resources and tools so that EiE practitioners can use them now in order to respond to the multiple crises worldwide, including but not limited to those which have emerged as a result of the global health crisis. We are still determining modes of dissemination and look forward to sharing additional details once the mapping is completed. If you do want to include your resource in the mapping but would prefer them not shared publicly, this is also welcome and we’ll be happy to work with you to make that possible. Please do specify if this is the case.

Finally, in the upcoming weeks we will be looking to connect directly with teachers via questionnaire. If you can support this process or know of teachers who would like to get involved, we encourage you to get in touch. Again, please email Sophia D’Angelo at sophia.dangelo@inee.org

Your questions, ideas, resources, or tools are all warmly welcome. We look forward to hearing from you.