2010 - The guide uses both quantitative and qualitative approaches, enabling stakeholders to analyze a wide range of issues relating to teachers in a country’s educational system – from the general macro-economic and social context in which the education sector is nested, to teachers’ preparation, recruitment, management and career development, as well as the social context in which they operate.
撒哈拉以南非洲教师培训倡议的评估 (TTISSA) 2009 - The Teacher Training Initiative for Sub ‐Saharan Africa (TTISSA) is the ten‐year UNESCO response to the request by African Member States to implement a teacher‐focused Initia‐tive, as the acute shortage of qualified teachers has been identified as one of the biggest obstacles to the realization of the Education for All (EFA) goals in Sub‐Saharan Africa (SSA) by 2015.
2008 - This publication presents a synopsis of the events organized at UNESCO Headquarters on 3 October 2008 to celebrate World Teachers’ Day 2008, with the cooperation of the ILO, UNDP, UNICEF and Education International.
2008 - This IIEP research paper examines the response of Ethiopian teacher training institutions to HIV and AIDS.
2008 - Standards and resources within UNESCO’s project “ICT Competency Standards for Teachers” (ICT-CST) provide guidelines to prepare teachers to play an essential role in producing technology-capable students.
This publication presents UNESCO’s two normative instruments concerning status along with a user’s guide with questions and answers regarding their content as well as application.
http://www.unesco.org/iiep/PDF/pubs/Fund84.pdf?class=IIEP_PDF_pubs&page=Global2007 - UNESCO’s Section for Teacher Education commissioned the research leading to this Working Paper in preparation for the Ninth Session of the Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel.
2007 - This is the Report of the Teacher Education Policy Forum for Sub-Saharan Africa held in Paris in November 2007.
2007 - This paper, produced for the Teacher Education Policy Forum for Sub-Saharan Africa held in Paris in November 2007, considers key development theories and their relevance to teacher education policy.
2006 - This document presents the Report of the Ninth Session of the Joint ILO/UNESCO committee which monitors the application of the 1966 and 1997 Recommendations.
2006 - This publication by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) provides a comprehensive assessment on the state of teachers and education quality based on a wide range of data sources, including school censuses, assessments of student and teacher knowledge and statutory teacher data.
2006 - This advocacy brief, prepared by UNESCO Bangkok, discusses the positive impact that female teachers can have on girls’ education and outlines strategies for recruitment and professional development of women teachers
2006 - This study, done by UNESCO Kathmandu, presents both qualitative and quantitative information on different aspects of the lives of female teachers in Nepal.
2005 - This document is primarily intended for teachers and teacher educators in the Asia-Pacific region to helps them integrate ICT with pedagogy in the field of teacher education.