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REGIONAL TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMME TO OFFSET COVID-19 LEARNING LOSSES

President of the Caribbean Development Bank Dr Gene Leon


September 14, 2022 | By Colin O. Jarrett |

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat and OECS Commission have partnered to facilitate the training of approximately 15,000 educators in skills to assist their students to overcome the learning losses occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The capacity-building course is designed to support educators with the implementation of the CDB, CARICOM/OECS Learning Recovery and Enhancement Programme, Let’s REAP.

The training programme, which is expected to begin the first week of October 2022, will improve the competencies of five cohorts of educators in three modules over two years.

The programme targets educators from all CARICOM Member States and Associate Members.

The 45-hour course will focus on three core components of Let’s REAP:  Leadership and Accountability, Assessment and Differentiated Instruction and Communities of Practice.  Upon successful completion, participants will receive a certificate from the University of the West Indies, UWI Joint Board of Teacher Education, JBTE.

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