In order to support institutions in advancing learning within families to mitigate the education crisis caused by COVID-19, COL and the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) have announced an online course on planning family and intergenerational literacy and learning (FILL). The first... read more

In what might go down as the year of the biggest educational disruption of all time, COL stands with all teachers for their leadership, resilience, and creative response to an unprecedented learning crisis. On this World Teachers' Day, we celebrate teacher management agencies, governments and... read more

COL’s new course, Mobile Learning with Multimedia (MLM1) is now open for registration and begins on October 12, 2020. The course, which is the first of a two-part MOOC, trains participants to develop audio-based learning resources in their respective subject areas and to upload these to an online... read more

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Sri Lankan school principals were introduced to the content and learning activities of the COL supported School-Based Professional Teacher Development (SBPTD) programme being implemented in the country. A recent workshop organised in Colombo in collaboration with the Ministry of Education  ... read more

There has been an increased focus on continuous professional development (CPD) of teachers due to COVID-19 to ensure they have the skills and competencies to respond to educational disruptions.  A recent workshop organised by COL in partnership with the Sierra Leone Teaching Service Commission... read more

COL’s new partnership with ScooNews | EdBank aims to help 100,000 teachers in India re-think their classroom practices and prepare for educational disruptions similar to those caused by COVID-19. Focussing on different aspects of teaching, the programme will be delivered both synchronously and... read more

Following the initial success of its online course on OER for Online Learning, COL will be offering the course for up to 18,000 teachers in Trinidad and Tobago at the request of the Ministry of Education. According to Ms Aneisa Singh, Teacher Development Specialist at the Trinidad and Tobago... read more

COL is working with partners towards building resilient education systems that will be sustainable both during a crisis and beyond. A webinar series on Pedagogies for the Post COVID-19 Era was developed in response to their needs. It was launched on 8 June 2020 with a session for education leaders... read more

One of the challenges faced by institutions like the National Teachers Institute (NTI) in Kaduna, Nigeria, is the constraint in supporting the expanding number of distance learners, many of whom are practicing teachers in primary and secondary schools across the country. COL has been working with... read more

Problem-Based Learning (PBL) has been recognised as one of the learner-centred pedagogies with the potential to influence learning outcomes in the school system of Ghana. COL supported a recent workshop at Tamale College of Education (TACE) to introduce teacher educators and teachers to the... read more