Professional Development innovations
This collection is a series of innovations dedicated to teacher learning. Teachers are at the heart of education, they bring joy, experience and knowledge to classrooms around the world. With an increase in expectations, we need to better understand how to help teachers thrive in their environment.
All After School Programs Artificial Intelligence Arts Integration Assessment Blended Learning Bullying Prevention Collaborative Learning Compassion Computer Programming Creative Thinking Critical Thinking Dance Design Thinking Digital Citizenship Displaced Children Drama Entrepreneurship Financial Skills Gamification Gender Equality Global Citizenship Language Learning Leadership Education Learning Environments LGBTQIA plus Literacy Math Media Literacy Mental Health Mindfulness Multilingualism Music Nature Numeracy Online Learning Open Resource Platforms Parents and Caregivers Personalized Learning Physical Health Play Professional Development Project Based Learning Real World Learning Robotics Rural Education Science Self-esteem Special Education Storytelling Student-Led Student Mentoring Student Voice and Agency Sustainability Visual Arts Whole-School Models
innovationThe Tarang Transforming Schools Programme (TTS)
Breaking barriers in Goa advocating inclusive education through comprehensive digital TEACHER TRAINING & curriculum embracing the 3Ps of inclusion PHILOSOPHY Sensitising Teachers, Heads & management
innovationInvigos - Empowering everyone to be a good writer.
Invigos’ cloud-based writing tool offers ‒ unlike MS Word and Google Docs ‒ inspiration to get started and guidance to continually manage the complexities of creating a well-written text. Ultimately,
innovationImprove the quality of Counseling Services in Schools and enable clients to follow up after school
Pre Counsel through weekly Documenting of performance in class activity. Skills identification of learners is made easy. Counseling follows and Mentality is checked. Post Counsel is effective throug
Accelerated Learning Program - reaching the furthest behind
In Kenya, less than a third of children acquire foundational literacy and numeracy by grade 3 (Uwezo, 2015). The Accelerated Learning Program has turned this round through teachers who assess children
Continuous In-Service Training for Public Primary School Teachers (CITPPST)
Only 40% of classroom teachers in Nigeria are qualified to teach in the classroom (TRCN,2017) yet the system depends on this bulk of teachers who are mostly untrained to deliver the curriculum. Our so