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Event
  • 22.09.2021

SEAMEO-UNESCO-TTF-IITE Experts Forum & SEAMEO WTD e-Festival: Celebrating World Teachers’ Day 2021

One and a half years into the COVID-19 crisis, World Teachers’ Day 2021 will focus on the support teachers need to fully contribute to the recovery process under the theme of ‘Teachers at the Heart of Education Recovery’

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed significant challenges for teachers and led to enormous pressure on teachers. The educational disruptions and school closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have confirmed the crucial role of teachers in maintaining learning continuity, but also in sustaining the very dynamics of households, families and communities.  

This SEAMEO-UNESCO-TTF-IITE Experts Forum and SEAMEO WTD e-Festival: Celebrating World Teachers’ Day 2021 will celebrate the values of teachers on the World Teachers’ Day during this pandemic. In the discussion participants will learn:

  • Good practices on teacher-related policies on COVID-19 recovery
  • Current issues of teachers, and institutional strategies for resilience-building in the post-COVID world
  • Zero-investment innovative and practical ideas for successful recovery, resilience-building, and reimagining education in the post-pandemic world from the outstanding video clips shared by teachers from Southeast Asia.

Pre-registration is required here. The deadline of registration is on Sunday 3 October 2021. 

For more information and the agenda, please click here.

Event
  • 17.08.2021

Teacher training and curriculum: Developing teachers’ understanding of inclusive principles

The webinar aims to improve understanding of how teacher education can be fundamentally transformed to ensure that schools and the larger education system become more inclusive, a goal of inclusivity that will ultimately improve the quality of education for all children.

Objectives

  1. To raise understanding among partners of the importance of transforming the initial teacher training curriculum and the continuing of professional teacher development priorities
  2. To share research and learning on ‘best practice models’ for teacher development and practice, which aims to enhance innovative inclusive pedagogy and to ‘build back better’ after the COVID-19 pandemic
  3. To share ‘best practice’ examples from the region on how to support teachers providing individualised attention to children with disabilities, as well as to school managers to drive whole whole-school change
  4. To create momentum and collaboration potential across various stakeholders for the purpose of aligning technical resources at the country and global levels, thereby improving teacher training curricula that adhere to principles of inclusion in line with global commitments

 
Target Audience

The target audience for the webinar includes regional, national and international level education stakeholders (including both policymakers and implementers) interested in reliable teacher training resources promoting inclusive education for all learners.


Working Language

English will be the working language of the webinar; live captioning and sign language will be made available.

Registration link

https://leonardcheshire.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bN072lrKTjSIgwZZGceH8A

For more information, please visit: https://bangkok.unesco.org/content/teacher-training-and-curriculum-developing-teachers-understanding-inclusive-principles

Event
  • 17.08.2021

Teacher training and curriculum: Developing teachers’ understanding of inclusive principles

The webinar aims to improve understanding of how teacher education can be fundamentally transformed to ensure that schools and the larger education system become more inclusive, a goal of inclusivity that will ultimately improve the quality of education for all children.

Objectives

  1. To raise understanding among partners of the importance of transforming the initial teacher training curriculum and the continuing of professional teacher development priorities
  2. To share research and learning on ‘best practice models’ for teacher development and practice, which aims to enhance innovative inclusive pedagogy and to ‘build back better’ after the COVID-19 pandemic
  3. To share ‘best practice’ examples from the region on how to support teachers providing individualised attention to children with disabilities, as well as to school managers to drive whole whole-school change
  4. To create momentum and collaboration potential across various stakeholders for the purpose of aligning technical resources at the country and global levels, thereby improving teacher training curricula that adhere to principles of inclusion in line with global commitments

 
Target Audience

The target audience for the webinar includes regional, national and international level education stakeholders (including both policymakers and implementers) interested in reliable teacher training resources promoting inclusive education for all learners.


Working Language

English will be the working language of the webinar; live captioning and sign language will be made available.

Registration link

https://leonardcheshire.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bN072lrKTjSIgwZZGceH8A

For more information, please visit: https://bangkok.unesco.org/content/teacher-training-and-curriculum-developing-teachers-understanding-inclusive-principles

Event
  • 17.08.2021

Teacher training and curriculum: Developing teachers’ understanding of inclusive principles

The webinar aims to improve understanding of how teacher education can be fundamentally transformed to ensure that schools and the larger education system become more inclusive, a goal of inclusivity that will ultimately improve the quality of education for all children.

Objectives

  1. To raise understanding among partners of the importance of transforming the initial teacher training curriculum and the continuing of professional teacher development priorities
  2. To share research and learning on ‘best practice models’ for teacher development and practice, which aims to enhance innovative inclusive pedagogy and to ‘build back better’ after the COVID-19 pandemic
  3. To share ‘best practice’ examples from the region on how to support teachers providing individualised attention to children with disabilities, as well as to school managers to drive whole whole-school change
  4. To create momentum and collaboration potential across various stakeholders for the purpose of aligning technical resources at the country and global levels, thereby improving teacher training curricula that adhere to principles of inclusion in line with global commitments

 
Target Audience

The target audience for the webinar includes regional, national and international level education stakeholders (including both policymakers and implementers) interested in reliable teacher training resources promoting inclusive education for all learners.


Working Language

English will be the working language of the webinar; live captioning and sign language will be made available.

Registration link

https://leonardcheshire.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bN072lrKTjSIgwZZGceH8A

For more information, please visit: https://bangkok.unesco.org/content/teacher-training-and-curriculum-developing-teachers-understanding-inclusive-principles