This "pocket guide" authored by experts at the Inter-Agency Network of Education in Emergencies explores the intersection between inclusive and conflict-region curriculum design. This guide outlines the key principles of inclusive education, suggests monitoring and troubleshooting strategies for educators, and provides annexes of case studies and useful resources.
INEE Guiding Principles on Integrating Conflict Sensitivity in Education Policy and Programming in Conflict-Affected and Fragile Contexts
The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies' one-pager on how to incorporate conflict-sensitive curricula into new and existing education programs around the world.
Reflection Tool for Designing and Implementing Conflict Sensitive Education Programmes in Conflict-Affected and Fragile Contexts
A toolkit designed to help education and reconstruction practitioners reflect on conflict dynamics as they relate to education programs and how to integrate conflict sensitivity at all stages of a an education project implementation. This toolkit outlines the principles of community participation, equity, access, quality, relevance, and protection for instructors, learners, and other involved parties. This toolkit can be used to assess an existing education program, design a new education program, and for managing/reviewing ongoing projects.
UNICEF's policy paper outlining the three health- and education-related children's provisions that pave the way for sustainable development in the post-2015 agenda. UNICEF calls on the global community to implement basic livelihood provisions to ensure children thrive into the next generations.
A peacebuilding toolkit for formal and informal educators working in conflict zones. The guide provides universally adaptable materials, guidance, and comments on teaching peace in the context of world conflict.
This paper collects theory and evidence on student assessment and suggests appropriate steps that teachers and administrators should take when creating their own assessment mechanisms.
This paper seeks to better understand the role and design of assessments in improving learning.