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Archived Webinar: Engaging Refugee Parents and Families in School

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: December 5, 2020
Topic(s): Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
In this 60-minute webinar and discussion, Kelly Cooper introduced her teaching and learning community in Buffalo, New York. She shared the many ways she aims to engage parents of refugee students in school, both pre-pandemic and during remote or distance learning. Many tools and tips were shared in this session.
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E-learning: Teaching for Refugees: Building Knowledge

Author(s): Carey Institute, UNHCR
Date: December 1, 2020
Topic(s): Adult Education, Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
This 20-minute course seeks to expand awareness, deepen understanding, and develop resources that will be useful in the classroom to cultivate harmony and belonging as part of larger efforts to welcome and fully integrate newcomers into our communities. This particular course targets educators within Europe (although it is open to educators everywhere). This course builds …

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Archived Webinar: Working With Diverse Student Groups

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: October 3, 2020
Topic(s): Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
In this 90-minute webinar and discussion, Anne-Fleur Lurvink introduced us to her “super-diverse” city of Rotterdam and her teaching and learning context at Lyceum Kralingen in The Netherlands. She shared policy, curricular, and practice approaches her school uses to foster inclusion, safety, and belonging, noting the challenges and opportunities ever-present in this work.
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E-learning: Supporting Refugee Students with Interrupted or Limited Formal Education (SLIFE)

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: October 1, 2020
Topic(s): Adult Education, Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education, English Language Skills
This course is designed for classroom teachers working with SLIFE and/or refugee youth, mentors, coaches, administrators, or teacher preparation program professors working with teachers of refugees. It will take, on average, 4-6 hours to move through each self-paced, asynchronous micro-course. There is no direct facilitation, but there are opportunities to reflect and share resources. The …

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Archived Webinar: Helping Refugees Integrate into National Schools

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: August 29, 2020
Topic(s): Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
In this webinar, Lisa Wakefield introduced her learning community at Glendale High School in the state of Arizona and shared strategies she uses to make sure each of her students feels welcome and fully integrated into the school community.
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Archived Webinar: Building Inclusive Teacher Communities

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: March 7, 2020
Topic(s): Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
In this webinar, Marissa Ricamara Winmill, teacher leader at Kent-Meridian High School in Washington State, U.S.A., shared her teaching and learning context and opened discussion about how we can work together to build inclusive teacher communities and a diverse teacher workforce. Marissa raised important questions for consideration and shared her vision for building and sustaining …

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E-learning: Sustainable Learning Design for Refugee Educators

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: December 1, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education, Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
Sustainable Learning refers to a theory of educational practices that contribute to a healthy learning ecosystem in which knowledge is co-created and shared in community.  The objective for this module is that the refugee educator demonstrates proficiency in designing sustainable learning elements to create a blended or online course. This module offers a micro-credential. Micro-credentials …

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E-learning: Social & Emotional Learning and Trauma-Informed Approaches in Refugee Education

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: December 1, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education, Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education, Child and Youth Wellbeing
The objective for this module is that the educator demonstrates proficiency in using social and emotional learning and trauma-informed approaches in their classrooms to support refugee student well-being and learning.  This module offers a micro-credential. Micro-credentials (and the accompanying digital badges) are a digital form of certification indicating demonstrated competency/mastery in a specific skill or …

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E-learning: Scaffolding Learning to Support Refugee Students

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: December 1, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education, Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
The objective for this module is that the educator demonstrates proficiency in utilizing appropriate scaffolding strategies to make learning accessible and meaningful for students of refugee backgrounds.  This module offers a micro-credential. Micro-credentials (and the accompanying digital badges) are a digital form of certification indicating demonstrated competency/mastery in a specific skill or set of skills. …

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E-learning: Differentiating Instruction to Support Refugee Students

Author(s): Carey Institute
Date: December 1, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education, Child, Youth, and Family Services
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
The objective for this module is that the educator demonstrates proficiency in utilizing appropriate differentiation strategies to make learning accessible and meaningful for students of refugee backgrounds.  This module offers a micro-credential. Micro-credentials (and the accompanying digital badges) are a digital form of certification indicating demonstrated competency/mastery in a specific skill or set of skills. …

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