Refugees and the Liminal Space

Living in a liminal space. Can't go back and trying to move forward
Living in a liminal space. Can’t go back and trying to move forward

These children and their families are displaced. They are living with so much uncertainty. Children like these ones come in to our schools, they have a right to be educated and to lead fulfilling lives. As teachers, we have a responsibility to ensure we offer them the best chance. The following website offers practical advice for teachers on how they can support these students, not only in their classrooms, but within the whole school setting.

Teaching Refugees with Limited Formal Schooling

http://teachingrefugees.com/

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