Re-mapping global education: Expert insights at CIES 2018
March 15, 2018
From language mapping in a conflict-affected multilingual setting like Afghanistan to shaping early grade reading policies in northern Nigeria, Creative’s education experts will share insights at the annual Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) conference called “Re-Mapping Global Education: South-North Dialogue” on March 25 to 29 in Mexico City.
Check here for updates as Creative panelists share best practices and global case studies in providing access to quality education in complex learning environments.
We’ll be the Creative booth at CIES 2018 all week – stop by! For a full schedule of Creative’s panels, including panelists, times and locations, click here.
Ministry of Education representatives from Senegal, Nigeria, Mozambique and Kenya took up the topic of national early grade reading reform in their countries at CIES on March 29.
Early childhood education is crucial for children to thrive as they get older. But improving access to early education also requires the development of a workforce of teachers and facilitators, experts said at the CIES conference.
Early grade reading programs in multilingual contexts require not only an approach to teaching in local languages, experts said at CIES, but also an understanding of the impact of linguistics on education.
To achieve optimal reading outcomes and strengthen education systems in complex environments like Nigeria, an integrated approach must be applied, said experts on a panel at CIES on March 27.
At CIES 2018, Creative’s education experts share lesson learned in delivering early grade reading programs in complex multilinguals environments from Mozambique to Afghanistan.
More than 30 education experts from Creative will share global case studies on delivering quality education in complex environments at 2018 CIES conference in Mexico City.
Creative’s Susan Ayari shares her insights on integrating Social Emotional Learning into education in Afghanistan to ensure children living amidst conflict have the tools to heal and learn.