Our Community Teacher Training (CTT) Programme This month we are continuing our CTT programme started last month with our wonderful partner The Workshop based in Belgrade. They have a very dedicated team of trainee teachers who display incredible enthusiasm and commitment to learning and improving in their teaching practice. It has been a joy to see them go from strength to strength over the past weeks of the course, led by our brilliant trainer Jailan and facilitated by The Workshop’s fantastic Nick. We have also finished the online segment of the CTT programme started last month with our great partner there, Movement on the Ground Lesvos. Harriet will conclude this course in-person in July - we can’t wait to meet the trainees face to face and present them with their well-deserved certificates!
Upcoming workshops from RefugeeEd Introduction to teaching in the refugee context This workshop is an introduction to teaching concepts and practices in the refugee context. It can be used as a refresher for those with experience and to share best practices for new teachers. Event Timing: 19:00 (ATHENS) 17:00 (GMT) Tuesday 18th July 2023 The event will last 60 minutes, but join for as little or as much as you like. Sign up here
This week is volunteers' week - check out our social media over June to hear from some of our volunteers and learn more about their experiences working in refugee education on the ground. We love partnering with local organisations on all things education, but we need funding in order to continue to support our partners with qualified teaching volunteers and specialist support. A huge thank you to all of our existing and past donors, you make our work possible! If you are not a current donor and feel that you would like to contribute financially to our work at refugeeEd, please follow this link to our donation page: https://www.refugeeed.com/donate If you’d like to partner with us or you’d just like to chat about anything related to education - feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com!
With love, The refugeeEd team