Free Downloadable Resource. Trauma In Refugee And Immigrant Students: A Resource For Educators

15/10/2017

One of the more useful capstone projects, thanks for sharing it!  Trauma In Refugee And Immigrant Students- A Website Resource For

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Free Download: Refugee Education The Crossroads of Globalization

14/10/2017

Excerpt:

In this article, I probe a question at the core of comparative education—how to realize the right to education for all and ensure opportunities to use that education for future participation in society. I do so through examination of refugee education from World War II to the present, including analysis of an original data set of documents (n = 214) and semistructured interviews (n = 208). The data illuminate how refugee children are caught between the global promise of universal human rights, the definition of citizenship rights within nation-states, and the realization of these sets of rights in everyday practices. Conceptually, I demonstrate the misalignment between normative aspirations, codes and doctrines, and mechanisms of enforcement within nation-states, which curtails refugees’ abilities to activate their rights to education, to work, and to participate in society.


Addressing Trauma, Fear, Natural Disasters, and Stress in Schools by Building Supportive Environments

21/09/2017

A safe school environment does not happen by accident.  All stakeholders play a role in purposefully planning how the school culture is modified.  Find some resources below:

 


Refugees: A Personal Story Around the World and in Kentucky

20/09/2017

A moving story can be found in I Thought My Daughter Was Gone Forever. Ten Years Later, There She Was in a Photo at http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/a45520/refugee-mothers/


First She Was Such a Nice Student and Now? How to Deal With Difficult Learners

25/08/2017

During the period of culture shock, many teachers utter this above statement when the wonderful and quiet student becomes rebellious or negative.  Not knowing the natural emotional progression, such behavior is often misinterpreted.  How should we deal with this culture shock development or with other “difficult” kids?  Read some ideas here at https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2017/08/22/advice-handling-difficult-student-classroom-essay?utm_source=Inside+Higher+Ed&utm_campaign=8747997abc-DNU20170822&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1fcbc04421-8747997abc-223167133&mc_cid=8747997abc&mc_eid=ed054a5cba


Reading, Writing, and Refugees

25/08/2017

Find an interesting  about Refugee perspectives: https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/08/06/books/refugee-childrens-books.html?utm_source=ColorinColorado.org&utm_medium=Twitter&referer=http://m.facebook.com


Practical “Back-to-School Communication With Parents” Ideas for ESL Classrooms

21/07/2017

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Find some great idea here in Back-to-School with EL Parents at https://www.refugeeclassroom.com/single-post/2017/07/14/Back-to-School-with-EL-Parents

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