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Migrants and Refugees in Education: A toolkit for teachers
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Find out how to help students dealing with trauma
On this course, you’ll hear from experienced teachers on the challenges of refugee education.
They’ll share experiences of what they’ve learned and strategies they’ve used when teaching migrant learners both in countries affected by conflict and in host countries.
Whether you’re a language teacher, a teacher of another subject, or a volunteer working in migrant and refugee education, you’ll find ideas and strategies that you can use to better understand your learners.
You’ll also learn how to build inclusive classrooms and develop your learners’ confidence, taking into account the languages they know and their cultures.
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Learning on this course
You can take this self-guided course and learn at your own pace. On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Describe the causes, patterns and impact of migration on teaching and learning
- Develop a profile of your learners and consider strategies to engage and include them
- Apply a set of practical tools and techniques in the classroom environment to better cope with the impact of trauma on teachers and learners
Who is the course for?
The course will be useful for anyone working with migrants and refugees in an educational context.
This can range from those teaching English to refugees to teachers in schools looking to promote inclusive education.
Who developed the course?
The British Council builds connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language.
We work on the ground in more than 100 countries. In 2019-20 we connected with 80 million people directly and with 791 million people overall, including online and through our broadcasts and publications.
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