Mapping

Teacher Wellbeing Resources Mapping & Gap Analysis

The Teacher Wellbeing Tools & Resources Mapping maps the existing body of work on teacher wellbeing by collecting existing resources, tools, and policy or advocacy documents that address teacher wellbeing in emergency settings and presenting them in one place. The gap analysis report captures the findings from the resource mapping, and presents a set of 13 key recommendations to guide the next phase of the project where INEE will create new practical guidance and tools that focus on teacher well-being through a social-ecological lens in consultation with teachers themselves.

Through the work of Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Collaborative and Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning (PSS-SEL) Collaborative, INEE has made significant contributions to teacher wellbeing in emergency settings. INEE is now developing a Teacher Wellbeing Toolkit to support EiE actors to meet the specific needs of teachers in their local contexts,

This first output of the Teacher Wellbeing Toolkit comprises a tools & resources mapping and a gap analysis report, building on the existing body of work by collecting existing resources, tools, and policy or advocacy documents that address teacher wellbeing in emergency settings. INEE has mapped these materials across its socio-ecological model of teacher wellbeing to identify gaps in the availability of materials at the individual, school, and community levels, and in national, regional, and international policy environments.

Resource Info

A female teacher in Uganda stands with folded arms in front of a blackboard. She is smiling.

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Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

Topic(s)

Teacher Wellbeing
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS)
Teachers
Advocacy