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Safer Learning Environments Training

December 4, 2017 @ 8:30 am - December 6, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

Mapping Safe Learning Environments

Mapping Safe Learning Environments

Safer Learning Environments (SLE)  is one of ECCN’s priority areas—dedicated to addressing education in conflict and crisis environments as a function of providing security, services, infrastructure, and stability, where the absence of such fundamental requirements will prevent effective learning. Outputs in this priority area include providing access to safe spaces, physical infrastructure, and basic education services, primarily to children and youth.

ECCN is conducted an SLE training with USAID staff and implementing partners in December 2017. Materials related to this training appear below.

Session Title

Presentation

Additional Resources

Day 1
Welcome Participant Manual

Links demonstrated during the training:

ECCN Resource Repository
ECCN Evidence Gap Maps

USAID and Safer Learning Environments —Nina Weisenhorn Presentation
Assessing Safety: ECCN’s SLE Qualitative Assessment Tool—Gwen Heaner Presentation Handout: Summary of SLE Toolkit Process
Handout: Qualitative Scoring Rubric
Handout: Instructions for Group Work

  • Note: The SLE Qualitative Assessment Tool demonstrated during this session will not be posted here. It is undergoing final changes and will be released separately. Stay tuned to ECCN’s website and newsletter for more information.
School-Related Gender-Based Violence—Julie Hanson Swanson and Kalene Resler Presentation Handout: School-Related Gender-Based Violence (RGBV) Scenario Activity

Links referred to in the presentation—SRGBV Resources:

1. USAID Conceptual Framework for Measuring SRGBV

2. Global Guidance on SRGBV

3. A Rigorous Review of Global Research Evidence on Policy and Practice on SRGBV

4. Addressing School-Related Gender-Based Violence is Critical for Safe LearningEnvironments in Refugee Contexts

5. KNOW Violence in Childhood Reports

6. Guide of Strengthening Gender Equality and Inclusiveness in Teaching and Learning Materials

SRGBV Global Data Sources:

1. UNICEF Hidden in Plain Sight

2. CDC’s Violence Against Children (VAC) Surveys 

3. KNOW Violence in Childhood Reports

4. Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children

5. Global School-Based Student Health Survey (GSHS)

Day 2
Education under Attack Presentation Handout: Definitions
Handout: School-Based Protection Measures
Handout: What Schools Can Do
Handout: Safe Schools Declaration
Gang Violence Presentation
Day 3
Well-being Presentation Handout: Terms fill-in-the-blank

Video Links:

Video 1: Toxic Stress
Video 2: ECR Project in Nigeria: Example of including social and emotional learning in formal and non-formal education
Video 3: Mindfulness education in Colombia

Links for further reading:

    1. An example of integration of psychosocial support programs into the public education sector (Lebanon).
    2. Essence of Learning: A combination of pedagogical and psychosocial components that are oriented towards the development of the child (Switzerland, Gaza, Palestine).
    3. Teachers for Teachers: Strengthening teacher professional development in crisis/conflict and supporting teachers to promote their own well-being and build their own social and emotional competencies (Kenya).
    4. PISOTÓN: Fostering the psycho-affective development of children through emotional education programs (Colombia)
Natural Disasters Presentation Handout: Disasters and CSS Framework
Handout: Disasters Scenario
Health Presentation
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