Coaching – Observing – Reflecting – Engaging (CORE) for Teachers: A well-being and support intervention for teachers
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In Colombia and the Gaza Strip, this project worked or will be working in formal schools with teachers who have had some pre-service training. As the project has a whole school approach, the demographics of the teachers in regards to years of experience, subject focus, age, gender, and pre- and post-service training will vary. The model is developed to work with individual teachers as much as possible, allowing for some adaptations developing on individual needs. Through a whole school, real time, and continuous quality improvement-based coaching model, CORE will support the teachers to build skills in teacher social-emotional competencies, teacher well-being, and positive classroom management.