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Ready to Come Back: Teacher Preparedness Training Package
This Training Package aims to address the immediate emerging needs for health and safety measures, learning loss, and mental health and well-being in schools and classrooms. The information presented here is developed for educators, teachers and education staff across the Middle East and North Africa region in mind, but can be easily adapted to any context.
Teaching in Times of Crisis: A Global Initiative for Teacher Professional Development
Educators from crisis contexts share their experiences and strategies for teaching during a global pandemic.
DCA Remote TiCC Training Package
The DCA Education Team based in Cox’s Bazar together with FCA conducted two rounds of Remote Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Training in June 2020, using WhatsApp and Zoom. Find here the training materials.
Gender Responsive Pedagogy Teacher Training Pack (GRPTT)
The Gender Responsive Pedagogy Teacher Training (GRPTT) pack integrates gender equality into child-centered teacher professional development. The pack is adaptable to multiple contexts and is designed to provide practical solutions for teachers in low-resource environments.
Five steps to support education for all in the time of COVID-19
Based on research and technical expertise gathered over decades of working with governments, IIEP experts have put together some recommendations that will hopefully be of help and inspiration in the time of COVID-19.
The Emergency at our Doorstep: Expanding the Reach of Education in Emergencies
On how educators in the global North can benefit from the guidance, standards, support, and experience of the education in emergencies sector.
Enabling Teachers: Teacher Professional Development Module: COVID-19 for Teachers
This module focuses on the information it is important for you to have as a teacher to stay safe and to think about COVID in the school setting. It also helps you to think about your own wellbeing and feelings during this time and how you might cope.
CSE Training in Kibondo, Tanzania: Wia-Mae’s learning journey
Wia-Mae Koha Mmari shares her experience as a participant in a training of trainers workshop on conflict sensitive education, and the transition to facilitating the training on her own.
Teachers as agents of change: positive discipline for inclusive classrooms in Kakuma refugee camp
Drawing on qualitative data collected between 2015–2017 in Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, including 81 semi-structured interviews and extensive feedback gathered during teacher training workshops, this paper examines the micro-level disciplinary practices among teachers that promote or impede the inclusion of refugee children.