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School Code of Conduct Teacher Training Manual: How to create a positive learning environment

The School Code of Conduct (SCOC) training programme is designed to be used by Save the Children education staff to enable teachers and education personnel to implement governmental Teachers’ Codes of Conduct (TCOC) in schools. The training content relates to development and emergency contexts, to immediate and post conflict settings, and in response to natural disasters.

The modules in the SCOC manual are related to the four guiding principles of Save the Children’s Quality Learning Environment (QLE) framework. The SCOC training contributes to an improved learning environment, as evidenced by a comparison between baseline, formative and summative QLE assessments.

The overall aim of the training is to empower education staff to gain skills and knowledge to understand and implement the governmental Teachers’ Code of Conduct and the Quality Learning Environment principles within classrooms and schools. The vision is to promote a protective learning environment conducive to learning.

Published 2017-08-25

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