Sharing Meeting 2021 Presentations

Sharing Meeting 2021 Presentations

FutureLife-Now! Regional Task Team Meeting | 11 February 2021

Jennifer Norins

Lesotho Update

Lynn van der Elst & Megan Cockerill

Malawi Update

Patricia Martin

Zambia Update

Zimbabwe Update

The Regional CSTL Technical Committee Meeting | 16 February 2021

MS best practices_v2

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PMS best practices_v2

Carolyn Medel-Anonuevo – CSTL PRESENTATION COVID 19

UNICEF WFP ESA Mutlisectoral Checklist for School reopening and Schoolbased Nutrition in COVID-19

Jennifer Norins – CSTLReport_2020

Leger Bruggeman – Presentation CSTL meeting-SADC assignment

Maria Bakaroudis – Value of CSE MIET

Megan Cockerill –

Report & Presentations|| SADC Webinar: Reopening Schools in the Time of COVID-19 – Best Practices, Experiences and Challenges

Report & Presentations|| SADC Webinar: Reopening Schools in the Time of COVID-19 – Best Practices, Experiences and Challenges

The SADC Secretariat, UNESCO, UNICEF, MIET AFRICA and key partners held a successful webinar on 3 September which provided a platform for exchange between education leaders and stakeholders on good practices and challenges related to the re-opening of schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The webinar highlighted the close relationship between health and education and the negative impact COVID-19 has had in this regard. Lockdowns highlighted pre-existing challenges facing schools, for example infrastructure and governance, and other roles that schools play aside from education, for example in nutrition. A key takeaway message is that at the systemic level, it is necessary to build resilient and robust systems, and it was acknowledged that the following elements were critical: infrastructure, capacity building, (e.g. equip teachers with ICT skills), financing, psycho-social well-being of educators, and the building of partnerships.

Click here to read the report and see below to download presentations.

Partner-driven cooperation: Teaching for inclusion and democracy

Partner-driven cooperation: Teaching for inclusion and democracy

Download: desktop_review_final_2013

This is desktop review of current developments in existing teacher education for inclusion and democracy in the partner countries (Botswana, Namibia and South Africa), classified into three areas: policies on Inclusive Education and teacher training; programmes for teacher education; a literature review looking at existing research related to teacher education for inclusion.