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Créer des partenariats pour une meilleure formation des enseignants dans les Caraïbes orientales
Le centre KIX pour l'Amérique latine et les Caraïbes a aidé à rassembler des collaborateurs de l'Université des Antilles et de SUMMA, qui utilisent ensemble les meilleures pratiques internationales pour réorganiser le programme de formation des enseignants de la région.
Towards developing competence profile of Early Childhood Education educators in rural Tanzania in Chemba and Mpwapwa districts
This Policy Brief details how Education International and the Tanzania Teacher Union managed to train pre-primary education teachers in Tanzania to a Diploma academic qualification without a study leave through the project “Developing Educators, Improving Early Learning in Rural Tanzania”.
Teacher Stories: Nizar Mousa - Vienna, Austria
This story of Nizar, a Syrian teacher living in Austria, was collected as part of TiCC Event Series to ensure that the voices and experiences of teachers working in crisis and displacement permeate all aspects of the event.
Teacher Management in Crisis Contexts - sharing good practice, lessons learned and opportunities for change
In this webinar, teachers and Education in Emergencies actors working in Myanmar, East Africa, and the Middle East shared their reflections on the challenges and opportunities of teacher management policies and practices in crisis contexts. Through a moderated discussion, these actors came together to share good practice, lessons learned, and opportunities for change.
Strengthening Policies for Teachers in Crisis Contexts: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned in Refugee Hosting Contexts
Organized by INEE’s TiCC Collaborative, as part of the TiCC Event Series, this event took place during the 13th Policy Dialogue Forum hosted by the International Taskforce on Teachers for Education 2030 and the Ministry of Education for the Republic of Rwanda.
Education Sector Reform Assistance (ESRA) Accelerated Basic Education Program
The ESRA program supported efforts to achieve significant and sustainable improvements in Pakistan's education sector in four areas: (1) policy and planning; (2) professional development for educators and administrators; (3) literacy; and (4) public-private-community partnerships. The program includes the scope and sequence (curriculum) for an eight-week course for the teacher.