“It’s a jungle out there” is a phrase familiar to many educators – especially when thinking of the massive amount of teaching materials, approaches, systems, and traditions suggesting different ways to increase the academic success, well-being, and social belonging of their students. Identifying the most effective of these practices can be a challenge.
The REFUGE-ED initiative aims at fostering socially inclusive, supportive learning environments for refugee children, unaccompanied minors and the hosting communities, by helping educators and policymakers choose and adapt evidence-based education and MHPSS solutions.
Read in the project’s latest newsletter:
- 5 mental health and psychosocial support approaches with proven positive impact in schools,
- innovative practices of non-formal education and MHPSS being used to meet the rights of out-of-school children,
- 3 Horizon2020 research leaders sharing experiences working with collaborative research to improve academic achievement, wellbeing and sense of belonging,
- information about the MHPSS and Education in Emergencies toolkit, and more!
👉 Read the newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/a1214b16ecd5/news-from-the-refuge-ed-project?e=539f9095e5
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