UNESCO Joins Technovation Launch Free Online 5 Week Tech Education Programme For Girls In 6 Countries, FLS News Issue 1061 Wed 22 July 2020

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“A mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” ― William Arthur Ward [more quotes]
🕛 2 Mins | Girls Education
UNESCO Joins Technovation Launch Free Online 5 Week Tech Education Programme For Girls In 6 Countries
🕛 8 Mins | Social-Emotional Learning
Every teacher I know has had a back-to-school nightmare. We forget our lesson…..
🕛 8 Mins  | Access
The Untapped Economic Potential Of Vietnam’s Ethnic Minority Groups
In the face of the global economic downturn….
🕛 2 Mins  | Online Learning
Kids With Learning Difficulties Find Hard To Cope With Online Classes, Drop Out Of School
Several parents of children with learning…..
🕛 5 Mins |  Access
Ensuring Education For Migrant Children
With the enactment of the Right To Education Act In 2009, authorities are obliged to……
 
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The publication published by the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) reviews the latest research on Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), its impact on student health and school climate and its transformative role in building happier classrooms. It seeks to inform and impress upon Member States the urgent need to mainstream social and emotional learning in education systems.
 

 

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