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Teachers in Crisis Contexts Working Group: Strengthening teacher professional development

9 August 2017

by Mary Mendenhall, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Practice at Teachers College, Columbia University

This post was originally published on the Promising Practices in Refugee Education website.

As we work to improve the overall quality and effectiveness of our humanitarian responses by improving coordination, reducing duplication, and trying to mitigate the competitive environment in

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Webinar: TPD in Action - Using the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack

11 April 2017

This recorded webinar presents how the recently launched Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack is being used in Iraq, South Sudan, Kenya, and Tanzania.   

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20 April 2017  |  9-10am EST (New York time zone) 

Click to watch the webinar

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Promising Practices for Strengthening Teacher Professional Development in Crisis Contexts

6 December 2016

This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.   

by Mary Mendenhall, Teachers College, Columbia University

Since May 2016, my team at Teachers College, Columbia University, including several graduate students and alumni, have been implementing an initiative called Teachers for

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A Visit to Nduta Refugee Camp, on the boarder to Burundi in Tanzania

29 November 2016

How I tested a stand-alone teachers in crisis context (TiCC) training module for secondary teachers  

This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.   

by Bente Sandal-Aasen, Plan International Norway

As an Education in Emergencies Adviser for

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From piloting to implementation: putting teachers at the heart of professional development in Kakuma

2 November 2016

This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.   

by Charlotte Bergin, Education in Emergencies Policy and Advocacy Adviser at Save the Children UK

In the summer of 2015, Teachers College Columbia University piloted the Training Pack for

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Webinar: Teacher Professional Development in Crisis Contexts

29 September 2016

INEE hosted a free webinar on 29 September 2016 addressing the critical issue of teacher professional development in crisis-affected contexts.

The webinar brought together colleagues from across the world to discuss, question, and consider much needed improvements to teacher support and teacher training. It will explore the recently launched inter-agency Training Pack For Primary School

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How can Teachers be Supported to Provide Quality Learning in Emergency and Conflict Situations?

10 December 2015

By John J. Lujang Wani, Ministry of Education, South Sudan

This blog post was originally published by NORRAG on 9 December 2015.

South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, committed itself to the Education for All (EFA) goals and education Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and began collecting educational data in 2011. South Sudan has been working

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New publication: Where It’s Needed Most: Quality Professional Development for All Teachers

14 January 2015

We are pleased to announce the release of a new publication, Where It’s Needed Most: Quality Professional Development for All Teachers, edited by Mary Burns and James Lawrie. We are thankful for their leadership in developing this publication.

The publication highlights the need to improve the planning, implementation, and sustainability of teacher professional development in

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ICT integration in basic refugee education: Tools for teachers in Daadab Refugee Camps

18 September 2013

Justus Omondi Olwande Physics Teacher & ICT Ttrainer of Trainees, Dadaab Refugee Camps

September, 2013

Last year science teachers in Dadaab Refugee Camps secondary schools were privileged to attend an ICT workshop organized by Windle Trust Kenya, (a nongovernmental organization implementing secondary education for refugees in Daadab) in collaboration with The Kenya E-learning sector of the

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Syrian Teachers in Turkey, a Perspective From Zeynep Turkman Sanduvac

14 August 2013

In this interview, Zeynep Turkman Sanduvac speaks with Jaci Wamberg, INEE Minimum Standards Intern, about her most recent work with a UNICEF Turkey project, “Provision of Periodic, Relevant and Structured Training for 1,500 School Teachers and other Education Personnel According to Needs and Circumstances” training Syrian refugee teachers from Turkey’s refugee camps, she shares the goals

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