FIGHTING THE GLOBAL EDUCATION CRISIS
While school enrolments have certainly increased in lower-income countries, it is estimated that 250 million children around the world are affected by learning poverty. Everywhere, educators are challenged with overcrowded classes, poor infrastructure and teachers entering their classrooms with a lack of skills, resources and updated practices to provide children with a good education.
We know that teachers have more impact on learning outcomes than any other factor. That’s why our aim is to help teachers to teach better, so that children learn more and have a brighter future. We do this through our four pillars, which includes our digital programme, Teach2030.
TEACH 2030 in FOCUS
Teachers’ time is precious; we believe that through the use of Teach2030 materials and virtual activities – focused solely on strategies to increase learning outcomes, pedagogical knowledge, and opportunities to discuss classroom practice with peers in regular TPD sessions – teachers will remain committed to a trajectory of excellence, regardless of their experience.
Teach2030 courses are suitable for both whole school and independent learning. Our easy-to-use platform and help-guides enable individual teachers who wish to develop their classroom practice to do so in their own time, and at their own pace. By utilising our digital Teach2030 Community, they will be able to share their experiences and discuss their teaching with fellow educators across the world.
We also provide support to headteachers and their teams through high-quality, contextualised materials and training courses to encourage time-tabled TPD to become standard in schools, ensuring teachers learn and develop their classroom practice year on year.
OUR APPROACH in ACTION
LUCY KENDALL: CEO, COCO INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S CHARITY, TANZANIA
Lucy Kendall, COCO International’s CEO, states the ‘excellent quality’ of Teach2030 courses. ‘We wanted to give our teachers a tangible skill to take away from this time (pandemic school closures)’
Want to help us reach more teachers and end learning poverty for good?