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Rentzou, Konstantina; Gol-Guven, Mine; Koumarianou, Alexia; Cabi, Nehir – Global Education Review, 2019
Although European fatherhood is "in the process of reconstruction and transformation" (O'Brien 2004, as cited in Lero, Ashbourne and Whitehead 2006, p. 5) and there is a need to create a clear picture about paternal involvement, few studies have explored perceptions of actual father involvement as well as the factors predicting and…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Fathers, Mothers, Parent Attitudes
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Lopez, Sheila; McWhirter, Anna Cecilia; Rosencrans, Margaret; Giuliani, Nicole R.; McIntyre, Laura Lee – Global Education Review, 2019
Children with developmental delays (DD) pose unique caregiving challenges, given their developmental problems and risks for behavior problems (Baker, McIntyre, Blacher, Crnic, Edelbrock, & Low, 2003). Most of the studies involving caregivers of children with DD have highlighted the role of mothers, with very few studies focusing specifically…
Descriptors: Fathers, Parent Child Relationship, Developmental Delays, At Risk Persons
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Rohrmann, Tim – Global Education Review, 2019
The relevance of men in the lives of children is nowadays widely accepted. This overview paper discusses the links between debates on father involvement in the family and strategies for more male professionals in ECEC by focusing on what role male EC workers can have for the involvement of fathers in the work of ECEC centres and pre-schools. Based…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Caregiver Role, Males, Preschool Teachers
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Basil, Pambas Tandika; Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel – Global Education Review, 2019
There has been an increased interest among researchers and policy makers on fathers' involvement and its implications for children's wellbeing and learning. Existing empirical evidences from developed countries have documented fathers' essential role that it successfully improves children's development and learning. However, there is dearth of…
Descriptors: Fathers, Parenting Styles, Young Children, Child Rearing
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Henderson, Joanna; Ambroso, Eric Patrick – Global Education Review, 2018
With an increase in children from refugee backgrounds entering schools around the world, it has grown increasingly important to examine educational policy design and implementation to understand how policies shape teachers' interactions with this student population. This article focuses on Structured English Immersion, the language policy that…
Descriptors: Refugees, Teaching Methods, Educational Policy, Policy
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Escayg, Kerry-Ann; Kinkead-Clark, Zoyah – Global Education Review, 2018
Regional scholars in the Caribbean context have long advocated for quality early childhood education. The majority of their contributions however, focus primarily on curriculum, policy, and to a lesser extent, teaching practices. In this article, we broaden the scope of extant literature by conceptualizing a model for Caribbean early childhood…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Educational Quality, Preschool Curriculum, Teaching Methods
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Okilwa, Nathern S. A. – Global Education Review, 2018
As political and economic instability coupled with natural disasters continue to displace people around the world, migration and resettlement remain necessary. Hosting countries and communities grapple with how to meet the diverse needs of the refugees. Given that over a half of the refugees are under the age of 18 years (i.e., school-age children…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Role, Elementary School Students, Refugees
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Croce, Keri-Anne – Global Education Review, 2018
As refugee children join classrooms across the world, schools have the opportunity to expand the global education of all students. Students, teachers, administrators, and families may partner together to form supportive environments. This article examines two and a half years in the life of a Maryland elementary school as 62 Burmese refugee…
Descriptors: Refugees, Educational Environment, Elementary School Students, Interaction
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Koyama, Jill P.; Ghosh, Sowmya – Global Education Review, 2018
An estimated 1.2 million refugee students attend schools across the United States (U.S.). They represent between 35-40% of the total number of refugees in the U.S. Yet, we know little about how school districts work with refugee students, most of whom have had significant gaps in their formal education and for whom English is not their first…
Descriptors: Refugees, English (Second Language), School Districts, Family School Relationship
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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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Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, Olga; Happ, Roland; Nell-Müller, Sarah; Deribo, Tobias; Reinhardt, Franziska; Toepper, Miriam – Global Education Review, 2018
Accessing higher education without having to overcome bureaucratic hurdles is a serious concern for refugees. Although empirical studies on the integration and success of refugees in higher education are scarce, the challenges related to this issue are becoming apparent. The Success and Opportunities for Refugees in Higher Education (SUCCESS)…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Higher Education, Online Courses, Educational Technology
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Schmiedebach, Mario; Wegner, Claas – Global Education Review, 2018
New students arriving from different countries present a challenge to school systems as language barriers prevent them from being placed in regular classes immediately. In Germany, these students are often enrolled in "international classes" before being placed with their fellow classmates. The project "Biology for Everyone"…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students, Foreign Students, Immigrants
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Duraisingh, Liz Dawes; Sheya, Sarah; Kane, Emi – Global Education Review, 2018
How should educators teach about one of the most complex and pressing issues of our times? This paper presents an empirically-grounded framework to help educators understand the opportunities and challenges of engaging youth around the topic of migration, including migration involving refugees. It stresses the importance of inviting youth to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Public Policy, Immigration, Refugees
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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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