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Online Discussion: Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack Implementation

The Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack - Implementation Discussion Series is an online special discussion series hosted by the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE). The series’ goal is to demonstrate how the recently published Primary Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack is being and can be used and adapted in education in emergencies contexts.

The discussion series will present use cases from different organizations on how they are adapting, implementing, and learning from use of the pack, engaging with the EiE community to indicate how the teacher training pack can contribute to improving the quality of teacher professional development in crisis contexts.

This discussion series will launch during the week of 18 October 2016; new discussion topics will be posted each week for seven weeks. 

 

Discussion Series Contributors and Topics

Date

Name and Institution

Topic (click title to access article and discussion)

18 Oct 2016

Paul Frisoli,
International Rescue Committee

TPD In Crisis Contexts:  Where We Have Come From and Where We are Going?

Introduction to discussion series and review of teacher professional development in crisis contexts work to date.

25 Oct 2016

Kathleen Denny and Delveen Luqman, 
International Rescue Committee

Contextualization and Scaling Up - IRC’s use of the training pack in Northern Iraq

1 Nov 2016

Charlotte Bergin, 
Save the Children UK

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

8 Nov 2016

Roy Gebrayel,
JRS International

Training refugees to serve refugees: the implementation of the training pack by JRS Middle East

15 Nov 2016

Greg St. Arnold, 
JRS International

Teacher Training in Context: Luwani Refugee Settlement, Malawi

22 Nov 2016

Paul Moclair, 
Aflatoun

How Aflatoun’s experience might inform digitalization of the TiCCWG Teacher Training Pack

29 Nov 2016

Bente Sandal-Aasen,
Plan International Norway

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

6 Dec 2016 Mary Mendenhall,
Columbia University Teachers College

Promising Practices for Strengthening Teacher Professional Development in Crisis Contexts

Wrap Up, Lessons Learned, What’s Next for the Pack & Intro of Teacher Support Pack

 

Background

In early 2016, the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Working Group (TCCWG), in close association with INEE, launched a new inter-agency training pack for teachers in crisis contexts. The materials are the product of a unique collaboration and respond to a critical gap in open source, competency-based training materials that provide coverage of the foundational knowledge and skills required by teachers in humanitarian and low-income settings. The materials are designed to be used in a range of contexts by a range of organizations, and they have undergone systematic review and field testing in Iraq and Kenya as well as external review by a range of EiE specialists. The TCCWG is now developing further initiatives to provide ongoing practical support to teachers between and after trainings.  

The forum is organized and facilitated by:

  • Boom Martinez - International Education Coordinator, Jesuit Refugee Services, Rome
  • Paul Frisoli - Senior Technical Advisor - Education, International Rescue Committee, USA
  • April Coetzee - Senior Education Advisor Research and Development - War Child Holland
  • Suha Tutunji - Academic Director for Refugee Education Program in Lebanon, Jusoor
  • Peter Transburg - Senior Communications Coordinator - INEE