On this page, you can find materials designed to help conduct training sessions for teachers in the camp. You can also find the videos of actual sessions.
The training sessions covered three areas:
1. Health and Hygiene: the material include -
2. Better learning program - Psychosocial Support: the materials include -
- BLP - PSS Classroom Manual: his resource is intended to be used for training teachers/learning facilitators on psychosocial support activities for children in TLCs. Available in: English | Bangla | Burmese
- BLP - PSS Posters: This IEC complements the Better Learning Program manual and is an overview of the PSS exercises to be used in TLCs
- BLP - PSS Training Session Videos: This series of 20 videos demonstrate full-length, real-life training sessions on Psychosocial Support, conducted by the trainers in the refugee camp.
3. Disaster Risk Management for Education: The materials include -
- Disaster Risk Management for Education in Emergencies Training Guide and Lesson Plans: This resource is intended to be used for training teachers/learning facilitators on DRM concerns in TLCs. It includes lessons and activities for children to help them practice what to do in case of an emergency. Available in: English | Bangla | Burmese
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan for the Education Sector: This resource is for project staff in TLCs as a reference guide for various emergency situations, with a focus on preparation. Available in: English | Bangla | Burmese
- Cyclone and Monsoon Key Messages for Learning Facilitators and Students: This resource contains key messages for teachers and students regarding various natural disasters such as cyclones, lightening, landslides, and heavy rain. Available in: English | Bangla | Burmese
- DRM for Education Training Session Videos: This series of 35 videos demonstrate full-length, real-life training sessions on Disaster Risk Management, conducted by the trainers in the refugee camp.
These materials were produced by Bengal Creative Media, for a project led by Plan International delivered in cooperation with the Norwegian Refugee Council. The project was funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.