The TPD@Scale Coalition highlights that building the capacity of teachers is critical for education systems to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) of Quality Education. However, many developing nations encounter barriers to achieving comprehensive, inclusive, and cost-effective teacher professional development (TPD) on a large scale.
In response, the Foundation for Information Technology Education and Development (FIT-ED) and The National Educators' Academy of the Philippines (NEAP), through the TPD@Scale Coalition, has implemented several programmes and studies in the Philippines focusing on the scalability of TPD.
During this session, TPD@Scale Coalition Advisory Board Member Cher Ping Lim will share key insights from iterative studies and programmes on scaling TPD in the Philippines. Discover best practices for designing at scale, including localising for inclusion, matching technology choice with professional learning needs, and approaching scaling as a system-wide concern/initiative, so that we can pave the way for empowered, competent, and confident teachers.
Thursday 05 October 11:00 - 11:30 K12 Stream
Drawing on key learnings from studies in the Philippines, discover what it takes to scale equitable, quality, and efficient teacher professional development.K12 Stream Asia/Shanghai
Deputy Director, Programme and Development, Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Secretariat
Chair Professor of Learning Technologies and Innovation, The Education University of Hong Kong