Teacher Well-being Resources Mapping and Gap Analysis
The Teacher Well-being Tools and Resources Mapping maps the existing body of work on teacher well-being by collecting existing resources, tools, and policy or advocacy documents that address teacher well-being in emergency settings and presenting them in one place. The gap analysis report captures the findings from the resource mapping and presents a set of 13 key recommendations to guide the next phase of the project where INEE will create new practical guidance and tools that focus on teacher well-being through a social-ecological lens in consultation with teachers themselves.
Through the work of Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Collaborative and Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning (PSS-SEL) Collaborative, the Inter-agency for Education in Emergencies (INEE) has made significant contributions to teacher well-being in emergency settings. INEE is now developing a Teacher Well-being Toolkit to support EiE actors to meet the specific needs of teachers in their local contexts.
This first output of the Teacher Well-being Toolkit comprises a tools and resources mapping and a gap analysis report, building on the existing body of work by collecting existing resources, tools, and policy or advocacy documents that address teacher well-being in emergency settings. INEE has mapped these materials across its socio-ecological model of teacher well-being to identify gaps in the availability of materials at the individual, school, and community levels, and in national, regional, and international policy environments.