Inaugural Teacher Wellbeing Research Report Launch
9 March - 5 PM (GMT+3)
By 2030, the world will need 163 million teachers to fulfil the critical work of preparing our youngest generations for an increasingly demanding future with more complex global challenges.
On 9th March, we will officially launch our extensive Report into teacher wellbeing and the factors that influence it, discussing intervention strategies, policy recommendations, and actions on an individual scale.
Our keynote speaker will share views from a practitioner standpoint and will connect this with a range of other global research findings including from the OECD. During the research presentation, the authors will present the main findings from the scoping literature review and case studies. During the panel, each panelist will reflect on the research presentation, connecting any insights to their own experience in the education field, and sharing learnings related to personal and collective wellbeing in the field.
This Report is the first to be completed in Kenya, Cambodia and Qatar on this topic. It also highlights the important connection teachers have to student’s learning.
Join us to explore the ways in which we can each be more active citizens by valuing and supporting the crucial work of our 94 million teachers worldwide.
Program + Speaker Slides
- 17:00-17:05 – Doha (GMT+3) – Opening remarks
Ahmed Baghdady, WISE
- 17:05-17:15 – Doha (GMT+3) – Keynote speech
Jennifer Adams, Karanga, Knowledgehook Signature Leadership
Keynote Presentation Slide Deck
- 17:15-18:00 – Doha (GMT+3) – Research Presentation
Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell, Duke University
Malik Muhammad Sohail, Government College University Faisalabad
Hy Huynh,Community, Duke University
Research Presentation Slide Deck
- 18:00-18:50 – Doha (GMT+3) – Panel discussion
Dominic Regester (moderator), Salzburg Global Seminar
John Gasko, Uplift Education
Chelsea Prax, American Federation of Teachers
Zarmina Hotaki, Qatar Foundation Schools
Manuela Fitzpatrick, OECD
- 18:50- Doha (GMT+3) – Closing
Ahmed Baghdady, WISE