This online, self-paced program has been designed to help learners explore how education systems are impacted by unexpected crises, such as war or natural disasters. This 'EiE' online course is made up of 5 modules that address the foundations of emergency education, including virtual visits to explore teaching and learning inside real crisis-affected classrooms.
The objective is to build a foundational knowledge of EiE and to hear directly from students and teachers who have been caught up in crises. By the end of this course, we hope that participants will have a better understanding of how Teach For All network partners have responded to different emergencies, and learn more about the principles which guide our network’s approach to working in humanitarian contexts
This self-paced online course is open to all network staff members, participants and alumni.
Read more details about the course objectives here, or listen to this short video. To register your interest in this program, complete and submit this registration form and we'll contact you as soon as the program goes live.
This online, self-paced program has been designed to help learners explore how education systems are impacted by unexpected crises, such as war or natural disasters. This 'EiE' online course is made up of 5 modules that address the foundations of…
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