Teachers in crisis contexts. Promising practices in teacher management, professional development, and well-being
It is paramount that the Education in Emergencies sector shares and learns from promising policies, practices, and research approaches for supporting teachers in crisis contexts. For this reason, this publication provides donors, policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and teachers with compelling examples of programs and practices that positively influence improvements in teachers’ work conditions and teaching practice. The 24 case studies are organized by three thematic areas: teacher management, teacher professional development and teacher well-being.
The case studies portray not only the complexity and intersectionality of teachers’ work in crisis contexts, but from a community-level perspective, the authors also convey the limitations and challenges that prevent the scaling, sustainability, and impact of respective research, policy, and programs.
A second edition of this compilation, including new case studies distributed across two volumes, can be accessed on the following links: