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[Podcast] New episode ‘Unheard Stories’
It’s here! EENET’s third podcast in the ‘Unheard Stories’ series. The latest episode features Aubrey Moono, an inclusive teacher trainer from Zambia. Aubrey and Ayman chatted about the drought in Zambia and Southern Africa. They discussed how climate crises like prolonged droughts affect children’s school attendance and the measures being taken to support learners. Aubrey … Continue reading [Podcast] New episode ‘Unheard Stories’

[Blogs] Climate crisis and education
The climate crisis is already affecting children’s education. We highlight two recent blogs on this issue. UNICEF’s Ingrid Sanchez Tapia wrote, “On Earth Day, UNICEF urges governments to empower every child with learning opportunities to be a champion for the planet.” The blog presents the outcomes of a rapid survey of UNICEF offices in 94 … Continue reading [Blogs] Climate crisis and education

[Online course] Inclusive education and universal design for learning
Light for the World and EENET have developed a free online course on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This fun, interactive course is mainly intended for teachers and educators, but also school or education officers. The course takes about 10 hours and covers how to plan lessons using UDL principles and the importance of collaboration … Continue reading [Online course] Inclusive education and universal design for learning

[EENET news] Teacher training in Ethiopia
Aubrey Moono and Jesca Ayapo Emaru, two of EENET’s consultants from Zambia and Uganda, recently facilitated several workshops in Ethiopia for the Inclusive Teaching Component of the Together for Inclusion programme. This was the fourth round of training for teacher trainers (Principal Trainers) and focused on “Promoting Active Learning”. This training module from the series … Continue reading [EENET news] Teacher training in Ethiopia

[Blog] Viet Nam: Making education more inclusive
In Viet Nam, too many children from ethnic minorities do not progress through the education system because early learning does not take place in their mother tongue. Teaching is in Vietnamese, but Viet Nam is home to 54 ethnic groups with 90 languages and multiple dialects. In this blog by Global Partnership for Education, projects … Continue reading [Blog] Viet Nam: Making education more inclusive

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