TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Abdurrahman Umar Education Specialist-Teacher Education. Teacher Professional Development (TD).
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TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
Education Specialist-Teacher Education
Through its Teacher education initiative, and in partnership with teacher education institutions, ministries of education and some development partners, COL:
In the context of EFA and MDG goals
Education for All(The Dakar Goals)
Worldwide 18 million new teachers will be required by 2015, 3.8 million of them in Africa. Millions of untrained teachers already in post also need extra training.
UNESCO UIS 2010
Ministries of Education; Commonwealth Secretariat (COMSEC); Caribbean Community (CARICOM); UNESCO; UNICEF, Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa Secretariat Open University UK (TESSA OUUK); Lesotho College of Education (LCE); University of Limpopo (UL), South Africa; Kigali Institute of Education (KIE), Rwanda; University of Gambia; Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada, National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) Kaduna, Nigeria; National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE), Nigeria; National Institute for Educational Planning and Administration Nigeria, Federal College of Education Yola, Nigeria, Freetown Teachers’ College (FTC), Sierra Leone; Centre for Environmental Education (CEE), India; National Council on Educational Research and Training (NCERT), India; NAAC India, Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey (SNDT) Women’s University, India; University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) Open College; Joint Board for Teacher Education (JBTE), Jamaica; Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL).