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Jacob, Frank – Global Education Review, 2023
Ernst Papanek (1900-1973) was an Austrian pedagogue who, between 1938 and 1940, was responsible for children's homes in France he directed for the OSE (Oeuvre de secours aux en-fants). In these children's homes at Montmorency, close to Paris, Papanek tried to treat the traumatized children who had lost their homes, their parents, and those who…
Descriptors: Jews, Children, Refugees, Trauma
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Subasi, Seyda; Hager, Barbara; Proyer, Michelle – Global Education Review, 2023
The term "inclusive education" has become a frequently used keyword for research due to the aim of achieving inclusivity in education and society. The term is used and translated in and across global documents that shape national policy and research as well as international research. The popularity, but also the emergency of, inclusion…
Descriptors: Cultural Context, Inclusion, Translation, Language Usage
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Akinrinmade, Bodunrin; Ammani, Muhammad; Zuilkowski, Stephanie – Global Education Review, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic that began in early 2020 has had consequences for children's education globally, as schools closed and parents found themselves playing the role of teacher, alongside their economic and other community roles. This study aims to explore the experiences of parents in northern Nigeria as they attempted to support their primary…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Literacy Education
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Sharif, Iman – Global Education Review, 2020
Displacing the largest number of refugees in recent time is one of the devastating impacts of the Syrian war. Turkey hosts over 3.6 million Syrian refugees. Almost half of them are children in the preschool or primary school stage. Because refugee children are five times more likely to miss schooling than nonrefugee children, the provision of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Student Centered Learning, Refugees, Teacher Attitudes
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Lamb, Pamela; Vanner, Catherine; Raissadat, Haleh; Nyariro, Milka; Sadati, S. M. Hani – Global Education Review, 2020
Many challenges exist to conducting participatory research and consultation with young people, especially with those considered vulnerable or at risk. Beyond respecting the safety and wellbeing of young research participants, researchers must be aware of barriers to youth engagement and be attuned to the many forms of youth resistance. As young…
Descriptors: Females, Participatory Research, At Risk Persons, Barriers
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Shallwani, Sadaf; Abubakar, Amina; Nyongesa, Moses K. – Global Education Review, 2018
This exploratory study examined the strengths and weaknesses in the quality of early childhood care and learning at selected community-based childcare centers (CBCCs) in Malawi, and aimed to understand underlying challenges and opportunities that may be addressed to improve quality and ultimately children's outcomes. Classroom environments and…
Descriptors: Child Care Centers, Early Childhood Education, Educational Quality, Literacy Education
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Tal, Clodie – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper seeks to improve our understanding of the challenges faced by teachers and student-teachers in the process of implementing small group work (SGW) in early childhood education (ECE). In light of the discrepancy between the clear benefits of SGW in education--its solid theoretical foundation--and its sparse and poor implementation, we…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Program Implementation, Small Group Instruction, Early Childhood Education
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Hos, Rabia; Cinarbas, Halil I. – Global Education Review, 2018
Turkey is home to 1.2 million child refugees whom has been the most vulnerable since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, which is considered to be the worst humanitarian crisis of this century. More than 50% of school age child refugees are out of school (UNICEF, 2017) in Turkey. This paper reports one of the findings of a case study of a…
Descriptors: Refugees, At Risk Students, Nonformal Education, Young Children
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Streitwieser, Bernhard; Schmidt, Maria Anne; Gläsener, Katharina Marlen; Brück, Lukas – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper details the results of a study of 25 students of refugee background (SoRB) from Syria, Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan at two technical universities of applied sciences in Berlin who were participating in preparatory courses to matriculate or were already engaging in their first semesters of study. The research shares what these refugee…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, College Students, College Preparation
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Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel; Rao, Nirmala – Global Education Review, 2018
Over the past five decades Tanzania has hosted over two million refugees, about 200,000 of whom have been naturalized as Tanzania citizens. Children from this group face numerous challenges within the mainstream educational system. This paper considered education policy in Tanzania, with a specific focus on access to quality pre-primary education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Citizenship, Barriers
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Margaroni, Mary; Magos, Kostas – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper uses the biographical method to investigate the contribution of the refugee experience in the process of transformation in young Afghan asylum seekers in Greece. It examines the participants' extremely adverse socio-political background in their country of origin; the marginalization that existed in the long-term intermediate refugee…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Social Influences, Political Influences
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Grüttner, Michael; Schröder, Stefanie; Berg, Jana; Otto, Carolin – Global Education Review, 2018
In recent years, the number of new asylum applications in Germany has risen with a peak in 2015. Many refugees arrive with high levels of prior education and corresponding educational aspirations. Hence, German universities and preparatory colleges (so-called 'Studienkollegs') have created additional preparatory courses and supporting services for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Academic Aspiration, College Preparation
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Azano, Amy Price; Callahan, Carolyn M.; Brodersen, Annalissa V.; Caughey, Melanie – Global Education Review, 2017
There are both achievement and opportunity gaps for low-income students when compared to their economically advantaged peers; and, for rural students, these gaps may be even more pronounced. In this manuscript we draw from our ongoing work in a five-year federally-funded, Jacob K. Javits grant focusing on promoting gifted education in rural…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Rural Schools, Talent Identification, Place Based Education
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Moland, Naomi A. – Global Education Review, 2017
This article examines how international organizations promote play-based pedagogical approaches in early childhood settings around the world, and how local educators respond. As a case study, I investigated Sesame Workshop's efforts to introduce play-based approaches in Nigerian classrooms. In addition to producing a Nigerian version of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, Play, Early Childhood Education
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Meyer, Lois M. – Global Education Review, 2016
In an era when U.S. and Mexican teachers are valued more for their academic achievements than their community-based knowledge and local/ethnic identity (e.g. Teach for America, or its off-shoot, Teach for Mexico), this study provides initial results of a one-year (2011-2012) intensive professional development experience (called a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Faculty Development, Indigenous Populations, Portfolios (Background Materials)
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