Session 2.3 Applying the INEE Minimum Standards: Emergency assessment and design to BUILD BACK BETTER. Session Objective. Community Participation -- Analysis -- Community Participation -- Analysis -- . Access & Learning Environment. Teaching & Learning. Teachers & Edu Personnel.
Applying the INEE Minimum Standards: Emergency assessment and design to BUILD BACK BETTER
Community Participation -- Analysis -- Community Participation -- Analysis --
Access & Learning Environment
Teaching & Learning
Teachers & Edu Personnel
Education Policy & Coordination
+ cross cutting issues
INEE Minimum Standards: Analysis
“Bias” means that the sample data contain an unintended and systematic sampling error. Thus they do not represent what they were intended to represent.
Possible forms of bias
How can we avoid bias in assessments?
Let’s read Analysis Standard 1 on Assessment
Scenario: Disaster in ZamboraAssessing a disaster and designing an intersectoral response plan for safe, quality education that Builds Back Better
Assessment findings: Disaster in ZamboraWorkbook pages 33-34
Group work: Designing a response plan to build back better
Prioritise two standards and develop response strategies to meet the priority standards (utilising indicators, guidance notes), filling out Response Plan Matrix:
Applying the INEE Minimum Standards: Monitoring and Evaluation
Monitoring vs Evaluation
Disaster Risk Reduction through Education: InterSectoral Linkages and Cross-Cutting Issues
Why should education be part of humanitarian response?
Education in EMERGENCIES because:
What does education look likein an emergency?
In an emergency, education includes:
Inter-sectoral linkages with education
INEE- Sphere Companionship
New Tools to Integrate Cross Cutting Issues
Planning and facilitating a training workshop on the INEE Minimum Standards
Sharing information on relevant initiatives
Brainstorm: preliminary plans for training