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Assessing Classroom Practices, School-Related Stress, and Holistic Learning Outcomes
During this webinar on new measures in the INEE Measurement Library, presenters shared evidence on three measures that have been developed or adapted for their specific contexts: Response to Stress Questionnaire (RSQ) in Lebanon, Teacher Classroom Observation (TCO) in Tanzania, and Holistic Assessment for Learning (HAL) in Syria.
Holistic Assessment for Learning (HAL)
The Holistic Assessment for Learning is a tool for measuring early grade learners' literacy, numeracy, and social and emotional skills.
How to Integrate Social and Emotional Learning in USAID Basic Education Programs
This How-To-Hote aims to provide guidance on how to include and integrate skills-based social and emotional learning across the USAID program cycle into basic education programs, which serve children and youth (including adolescents) with a variety of formal and informal education programs, including youth workforce programs.
Training Package for Primary School Teachers in Crisis Contexts
This ½-day training (3.5 hours) is designed to build basic competencies around psychosocial support (PSS) and well-being for teachers working in crisis and conflict-affected contexts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Improve how you conduct EGRA with insights from Room to Read and new SurveyCTO features
Join us to learn how to improve the way you conduct EGRA using SurveyCTO and other tools and you’ll hear from global NGO Room to Read.
Pivoting to remote teaching during COVID-19
In this webinar Young 1ove will share valuable lessons on using new tools and retraining staff to maintain service delivery during closures and lockdowns based on their work in Botswana. Please join us on July 29, 2020 at 1 PM UTC / 9 AM ET to learn how to design and deliver remote teaching programs. Anyone who is interested in best practices for safe and remote service delivery, whether focused on education or not, will find this webinar helpful.
The Mambo Elimu interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Radio Instruction to Strengthen Education (RISE) program, is designed to provide curricula-based lessons for out-of-school children who gather at learning centers in Tanzania.
The Tikwere primary (grades 1-4 interactive radio instruction (IRI), series, part of the MERIT Project, provided curricula-based lessons for formal school students, using the newly developed curricula by the Malawi Ministry of Education: Primary Curriculum and Assessment Reform (PCAR). The content covered literacy, numeracy, and lifeskills.
Learning Village interactive audio instruction (IAI) series is a full-year, curriculum-based program for South Sudanese primary grades 1-4 that covers all primary subjects (for use in formal schools or in community schools where no formal schools exist).