HOW TO WELCOME MIGRANT AND REFUGEE STUDENTS IN MY CLASSROOM – (EN)
Migration is a process itself –
the discontinuity of moving to a new community coupled with the burden of
having to adapt to new rules and routines in schools influence the capacity of students
to perform to their actual abilities and skills.
Local and national education
systems are lacking the necessary resources, methods and approaches to promote
Once students are placed within
local education systems, they face social, emotional and health issues;
language barriers and language provision for students with a different native
Teachers and educators are in
need of more specialized training to account for the increased diversity of students
in the classroom; the skill-matching processes are inappropriate and there is a
lack of flexibility in resources and funding to address these types of issues.
During these courses, the school educators and
role models will acquire the required knowledge to implement the pedagogies of
passing from Reception to Education training content.