Action for Teachers of Refugees

March 14-16

A Free, Global Online Event Focused on Improving the Teaching-of-Teachers Around the World. Sponsored by the Center for Learning in Practice at the Carey Institute for Global Good with co-sponsors Teachers College, Columbia UniversityThe Teachers in Crisis Contexts Working Group & Cisco Foundation

Help improve teacher professional development and education delivery for teachers around the world and learners of all ages.

The event will gather and codify peer-sourced insights from practitioners, with an emphasis on teachers and teachers-of-teachers of pre-K through college-age students, who work in refugee host and destination countries.

 

3 Ways We Will Share Knowledge

DISCUSSIONS
Discussions Peer Source Practice Lab

Structured conversation, in text-based forum, where Guest Discussion Hosts, through their unique lens and expertise, help us explore collectively: what we know; might want to explore more deeply; need; and have…in the space of opportunity. LEARN MORE

PEER-SOURCE

Rapid, brief sharing of evidence-based practices. LEARN MORE

PRACTICE LAB

A shared, structured reflection on our experiences implementing and/or participating in professional learning for teachers of refugees by briefly summarizing the objectives of the professional learning, the action taken to 
 implement it, the evidence we are using to assess outcomes, and the tools and technologies used. LEARN MORE

 

You can jump on and off throughout the event.  Stay 10 minutes or several hours. Post or read only. It’s up to you how to participate. Learn and share in the mode that is most comfortable to you.

You must be registered to participate! You can register and learn more here