The theme for World Teachers’ Day 2022 is “The transformation of education begins with teachers”. This is a day to celebrate the transformative and critical role that teachers play in growing learners’ potential. We need to ensure that they have the tools they need and are recognised for their key role.
UNESCO is addressing the commitments and calls for action made at the Transforming Education Summit in September 2022, and analysing the implications they have for teachers and teaching. UKFIET partners are working innovatively to strengthen teachers’ roles and provide them with the care and support they need to allow their learners to flourish. A few blogs featured here highlight some of this work:
How Senior Women Teachers support #everygirlinschool
Transitioning to an unfamiliar medium of instruction: pedagogical strategies used by Rwandan primary school teachers to enable learning
Supporting young women to become teachers and role models in Sierra Leone
Addressing teaching quality in Rwandan secondary education
From the community and for the community: Newly qualified female teachers in Sierra Leone
Contrasting teachers’ expectation and practices of interactions with parents in rural Sitapur, India
Teachers in Conflict Can Support Students’ Mental Health — If We Invest in Theirs
Teachers’ perspectives on how school closures affected children with disabilities in Nepal: Parental neglect or systemic failure?
How gender-responsive teaching supports #everygirlinschool