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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Dominica schools slowly reopening after devastating hurricane Primary and secondary schools return to the classroom after hurricane damage UNICEF Eastern Caribbean UNICEF/2018/Andrew Ward 06 March 2018 As Shanese Daway and other Grade Six students at Newton Primary School settle into their classroom, it is clear it is not business as usual. (...) So far almost 1,000 of the 13,800 primary and secondary school students have returned to the classroom as over a third of the 67 state-owned schools reopened their doors.  However, some institutions still cannot cater for the full school population as repairs have yet to be done to some classrooms. A work in progress Chief Education Officer Melena Fortune says it is a work in progress and more and more schools will open their doors over the coming days, paving the way for a larger percentage of children to resume their education.
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Score: 1196566.4 - https://www.unicef.org/eastern...ng-after-devastating-hurricane
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Lali, together with several others, was trained by experts in preschool education, to work with preschools to implement the new teaching standards in the schools and work with the preschool educators to change their approach in the classroom - before the educators will receive training themselves this summer. (...) “Their theme right now is animals, so we made these together,” educator Nato Gurgenidze, a professionally trained elementary teacher who has been at the preschool for over nine years, enthusiastically says while the kids dressed in green run past her towards the classroom. (...) But Lali also worked closely with the educators to section their classrooms into different zones: a place for art corner, a place for building and construction, a reading and quiet zone, a board game corner, a dramatic play centre and more.
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Score: 1195842.3 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...ll-changes-lead-big-difference
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Although a majority of the classrooms were eventually rehabilitated, two of the classrooms proved beyond repair. (...) With the new classrooms in place, he can now aim for bigger and better things for the school. (...) UNICEF Nepal/2018/ANiroula “Our new classroom is very open and spacious, and I’m able to focus on learning.
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Score: 1195838.1 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/stories/place-hope
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At leading nursing colleges, these ICT tools – including multimedia classrooms, educational software, broader access to the Internet, and student PCs – are being deployed to transform nursing education. (...) “Using computers in the classroom makes presentations more fluid and illustrations more vivid. (...) Fajutagana of the National Teacher Training Center for Health Professions explains the effectiveness of using multimedia to present clinical material: “A basic principle of medical education is ‘see, hear, do’ in sequential order. In an ICT-enabled classroom or lab, you have all three happening simultaneously, which increases the level of encoding and results in better recall.”
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Score: 1195601.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/even...care_Education_Philippines.pdf
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Article 20 June 2019 The Best Classrooms are Inclusive Classrooms Joint UNICEF and Ministry of Education venture seeks to create schools and classrooms equipped to help all children achieve their fullest potential. Press release 09 April 2019 Azerbaijan reports increased enrollment in pre-primary education, while global figures are low UNICEF’s first-ever global report dedicated to early childhood education highlights a lack of investment in pre-primary education by the majority of governments worldwide. Article 04 October 2018 Early Learning Centres in Azerbaijan It’s Monday morning in a classroom of school 280 in the small town of Hovsan, just half an hour drive from Baku.
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Score: 1195308.6 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbaijan/topics/early-education
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Classroom precautions during COVID-19 Tips for teachers to protect themselves and their students. (...) Some of your students might be returning to school from households where they heard false information about COVID-19. You will need to educate them on the facts.  Understanding COVID-19, how it spreads and how we can protect ourselves and others is an important first step in establishing classroom procedures and protocols. (...) For example, students in a class will stay in one classroom throughout the day, while teachers move between classrooms; or classes could use different entrances, if available, or establish an order for each class to enter and leave the building/classroom Stagger the school day to vary the start and end times and avoid having all the students and teachers together at once  Consider increasing the number of teachers, if possible, to allow for fewer students per classroom (if space is available) Advise against crowding during school pick-up or day care, and if possible avoid pick up by older family or community members (i.e. grandparents).
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Score: 1193991.5 - https://www.unicef.org/turkmen...om-precautions-during-covid-19
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results Education Available in: Français English Malagasy Programme 31 December 2018 Education The objective is that more girls and boys are enrolled, retained and learning in pre-primary and primary schools, and there are fewer children out of school Article 03 August 2022 Catch-up classes allow children to continue learning Like all children, Rachida Tombosoa and her sister could go to the Public Primary School of Katsepy in the West of Madagascar Article 28 July 2022 Catch-up classes help children return to school Corina, 9, is one of thousands of children who were forced to drop out of school during the 2021 school year as a result of everyday life difficulties Article 18 July 2022 Teachers are innovating to make students love science subjec Teachers use their creativity and imagination to make students love science subjects Article 18 July 2022 The collective approach preserves the pleasure of learning The support of active members of the school management committee makes education a lever for a better future Article 24 May 2022 In Madagascar, disability is not a barrier to education In Madagascar, disability is not a barrier to education Press release 29 April 2022 “Education For All” programme: the Minister of National Education inaugurates new school infrastructures at EPP Ankananavy, built with the financial support of the Kingdom of Norway Article 25 February 2022 A multi-purpose classroom revolutionizes learning It’s a first for western Madagascar. A multipurpose classroom is being built in the Marovoay school district. Article 09 February 2022 Eight classrooms for the elementary school of Mahazendana Eight classrooms have been built by UNICEF with the support of the UNICEF Belgium National Committee in the South East of Madagascar, including two for the Article 09 February 2022 The Teaching at the Right Level method The Teaching at the Right Level method enables quality education for the most vulnerable Prev 1 1 2 3 4 Next Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About UNICEF Who we are Work at UNICEF Press center Related UNICEF sites Arozaza Children's Rights and Business Atlas Voices of Youth Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1193443.6 - https://www.unicef.org/madagascar/en/topics/education
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“I’m afraid of sitting in a classroom... No matter where, no matter what school and classroom, I don’t feel safe.” (...) I was about to step into the class when the whole classroom blew up right in front of me,” says Nematullah. (...) “I’m afraid of sitting in a classroom. No matter how good the teacher is, I can’t concentrate,” she says.
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Score: 1192931.5 - https://www.unicef.org/stories...king-their-lives-get-education
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF warns of shockingly low levels of learning, with only a third of 10-year-olds globally estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story Ahead of the Transforming Education Summit, UNICEF unveils the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to draw attention to the urgent need to transform education systems worldwide 16 September 2022 UNICEF On 14 September 2022, a view of UNICEF’s ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ installation at United Nations Headquarters in New York. (...) “Under resourced schools, underpaid and underqualified teachers, over-crowded classrooms and archaic curricula are undermining our children’s ability to reach their full potential,” said Catherine Russell UNICEF Executive Director. (...) To draw attention to the education crisis and the need to transform learning worldwide, UNICEF today publicly unveiled the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom,’ a model classroom that represents the scale of children failing to learn critical foundational skills.
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Score: 1192565.4 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/pre...ly-third-10-year-olds-globally
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF warns of shockingly low levels of learning, with only a third of 10-year-olds globally estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story Ahead of the Transforming Education Summit, UNICEF unveils the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to draw attention to the urgent need to transform education systems worldwide 16 September 2022 UNICEF/UN0703363/Chris Farber/UNICEF via Getty Images On 14 September 2022, a view of UNICEF’s ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ installation at United Nations Headquarters in New York. (...) “Under resourced schools, underpaid and underqualified teachers, over-crowded classrooms and archaic curricula are undermining our children’s ability to reach their full potential,” said Catherine Russell UNICEF Executive Director. (...) To draw attention to the education crisis and the need to transform learning worldwide, UNICEF today publicly unveiled the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom,’ a model classroom that represents the scale of children failing to learn critical foundational skills.
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Score: 1192565.4 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/pr...ly-third-10-year-olds-globally
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