Resources for Education in Emergencies from INEE

Here are descriptions of some resources provided by the international network for education in emergencies (INEE).  These resources may be useful for settings beyond those in crisis.

Psycho Social Skills

1. This resource provides information on teacher wellbeing, emphasizing its importance in education, especially in crisis-affected contexts. It offers tools and resources to support teacher wellbeing in emergency settings. This is relevant for teachers working in emergency settings as it can help them manage their wellbeing, which is crucial for effective teaching.

2. PSS-SEL Toolbox | INEE: This toolbox contains a variety of tools to meet the needs of different stakeholders working on Psychosocial Support (PSS) and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) in Education in Emergencies (EiE). It can help teachers familiarize themselves with PSS-SEL, create or adapt a PSS-SEL curriculum, and find measures to assess PSS-SEL.


  1. EiE Glossary | INEE: This glossary contains more than 450 key education in emergencies (EiE) terms, their definitions, and sources. It’s a valuable resource for teachers working in emergency settings to understand key Educational technical terms.
  2. Inclusive Education Working Group | INEE: This working group promotes the principles necessary for ensuring that all excluded and marginalized people are included in emergency education opportunities. Teachers working in emergency settings can join this group to learn about inclusive education practices and collaborate with other educators.
  3. Community of Practice | INEE: The INEE Community of Practice (CoP) is an online platform that facilitates peer-to-peer communication and moderated discussions on a range of education in emergencies topics. Teachers working in emergency settings can join this community to share experiences, learn from others, and access resources.
  4. Inclusive Distance Education Toolkit | INEE: This toolkit compiles resources on inclusive education, education in emergencies, disability inclusive education, and distance education across the humanitarian-development nexus. It’s designed to support practitioners to create and implement inclusive-distance education interventions.

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