PREPARING TEACHERS OF REFUGEESMany organizations in the United States and around the world are designing effective content and curriculum for teachers of refugees in a range of settings- from camps, to college campuses, to classrooms and online, on a range of topics from math to English to arts and humanities as well as social-emotional support for students. As a group, we are universally challenged by how best to “teach-the-teachers” - how to engage, prepare, assess, certify and support them.
CO-SPONSORSTeachers College, Columbia University
WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE, EFFECTIVE PEDAGOGY FOR TEACHERS-OF-TEACHERS OF REFUGEES, AND HOW CAN IT BE ENACTED?
3 WAYS WE WILL SHARE
DISCUSSIONSStructured conversation, in text-based forum, where Guest Discussion Hosts, through their unique lens and expertise, help us explore collectively: what we know; might want to explore more deeply; need; and have...in the space of opportunity. LEARN MORE
PEER-SOURCERapid, brief sharing of evidence-based practices. LEARN MORE
PRACTICE LABA shared, structured reflection on our experiences implementing and/or participating in professional learning for teachers of refugees by briefly summarizing the objectives of the professional learning, the action taken to implement it, the evidence we are using to assess outcomes, and the tools and technologies used. LEARN MORE
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