Empowering Educators: Insights on Effective Teacher Support for TaRL from Research and Practice

Join us for ‘Empowering Educators: Insights on Effective Teacher Support for TaRL from Research and Practice,’ the second installment of TaRL Africa’s webinar series, TaRL Talks. The webinar delves into the crucial role of teacher support in driving TaRL programmes and is scheduled for 21 May from 16:00 to 17:30 EAT | 14:00 to 15:30 WAT | 09:00 to 10:30 ET. 

For this webinar, our panel of experts will draw on their research and experiences to highlight the core elements that foster effective teaching practices and promote lasting student learning outcomes in TaRL interventions. 

Our speakers include: 

  • Brad Olsen, Senior Fellow – Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution: Brad will set the stage with insights into what we know about effective teacher support.
  • Daniele Ressler, Director of Measurement, Learning and Evaluation at TaRL Africa: Daniele will provide an overview of TaRL Africa’s Learning Agenda and its significance in shaping teacher support initiatives in TaRL programming.
  • Morgan Kabeer, Engagement Director at the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics: Morgan will shed light on teachers’ experiences implementing TaRL (“Catch Up”) in Zambia and how these findings can improve teacher support.  
  • Dr. Andreas de Barros, Assistant Professor at the University of California, Irvine’s School of Education: Andy will discuss the factors that lead to instructional change, drawing from his qualitative research in Zambia. 
  • Dr. Vikram Kamath Cannanure, Postdoctoral researcher, Saarland University: Vikram will showcase innovative approaches to teacher support, highlighting the potential of technology in strengthening educational practices in Côte d’Ivoire.

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