Every day, teachers around the globe are gaining access to new literacy resources, but they rarely come ready to be used in all contexts. The Teacher Resource Inventory aims to help teachers and their supporters to adapt literacy resources to unique local cultural and classroom contexts.
[Editor’s Note: Vidya Putcha, a senior program officer at Results for Development, which manages the Center for Education Innovations, recently caught up with Dominic Bond, the chief executive officer of Sabre Education to discuss the Fast-track Transformational Teacher Training project. The project just received the prestigious UNESCO-Hamdan bin Rashid Al-Maktoum Prize for Outstanding Practice and Performance in Enhancing the Effectiveness of Teachers 2017-2018.]
Vidya: First of all, a big congratulations on receiving this very prestigious prize for the Fast-track Transformational Teacher Training project! I’d love to know more about this work — could you describe for us what this project is all about?
Many education innovations find success at limited scale, but encounter barriers to expanding their impact. In this post, Maggie Farrrar, an associate at Education Development Trust, explores the kind of enabling environment that is needed to take innovative education approaches to scale.Read more