World News – GB – What is Teachers’ Day and how is it celebrated in 2020?


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TEACHERS are the cornerstone of schools and children’s education, helping them find their way in the world

Along with parents and family, teachers are some of the most important people in a young person’s life – and to say thank you, the world celebrates their work on October 5 each year, with Google Doodle making it happen. also joins in 2020

More than 100 countries around the world celebrate Teachers’ Day on October 5, including the UK

It was created in 1994 to commemorate the signing in 1966 of the UNESCO / ILO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers

This aims to help meet the standards set with regard to teachers regarding education personnel policy, recruitment, training, personal development and working conditions

Each year, UNESCO – a United Nations agency to promote the global coin and security – sets a theme each year, 2020 being « Teachers: Leading in Crisis, Reinventing the Future »

With the coronavirus pandemic still wreaking havoc around the world, World Teachers’ Day celebrations will take place virtually

Yet it is not just Monday 5 October that will be celebrated, as it will launch a seven-day program focused on finding innovative ways to use technology to benefit teachers in their own development and skills. mentoring during the covid epidemic

UNESCO said in a statement: « The issue of teacher leadership in relation to crisis responses is not only topical, but crucial in terms of the contributions teachers make to provide learning to distance, support vulnerable populations, reopen schools and ensure that learning gaps have been addressed

« Discussions surrounding JMT [World Teachers’ Day] will also focus on the role of teachers in building resilience and shaping the future of education and the teaching profession »

The week-long celebration will begin with an opening ceremony, which includes the Hamdan Prize – awarded every two years

Three winners will each receive £ 77,320 ($ 100,000) for their projects to improve the performance and effectiveness of teachers around the world

It all ends on October 12 with a joint session of World Teachers’ Day and Mobile Learning Week

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