Webinar Series Explores How Educators and Policymakers Can Better Support Refugee and Immigrant Students

Temporary buildings in a refugee camp, with clothes hanging to dry and children walking in the distance

In what ways can we — as educators, learners, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers — best address the learning and teaching needs of refugee/(im)migrant students?

Join Childhood Education International and the Office of Global Engagement at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College for a series of virtual events this fall that aim to answer this question.

The series is part of Learning and Educating Across Refugee/(Im)migrant Networks (LEARN) and will bring together refugees, educators, researchers, and global and community organizations to:

  • Identify key areas of needed research on the education of refugees/(im)migrants
  • Develop intentional and inclusive collectives to both conduct research and use research findings to build necessary supports for refugee and (im)migrant communities around the globe

Register today for any of these engaging conversations.

Collaboration and Ecosystem Approaches to Refugee Education

Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022
9am PT (UTC-7) / 12pm ET (UTC-4)

  • Miriam Feldblum, Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, Co-founder and Executive Director
  • Amlata Persaud, Childhood Education International, Leadership Practice Area Lead
  • Adnan Turan, PhD student, MLFTC

Moderated by Julie Kasper, Director of Teacher Learning and Leadership, Refugee Education Academy, CE International

Register to attend.

Belonging for Refugee and Immigrant Students and Families

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022
3pm PT (UTC-7) / 6pm ET (UTC-4)

  • Sarah Dryden-Peterson, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Associate Professor
  • Mandy Manning, Washington Educator Association, Digital Content Specialist
  • Ivonne Orozco, Public Academy for Performing Arts High School, Teacher
  • Meheria Habibi, IRC, Program Officer

Moderated by Jill Koyama, Professor and Vice Dean, Division of Leadership and Innovation, MLFTC

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Social Emotional Learning and Wellbeing: Cornerstones of Refugee/(Im)migrant Education

Tuesday, Nov. 15
9am PT (UTC-7) / 12pm ET (UTC-4)

  • Rachel Smith, Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE), Coordinator, PSS-SEL
  • Sara Kassab, Graduate Student and Instructional content designer
  • Vianney Mpitabavuma, Kakuma Refugee Secondary School, Teacher
  • Hadiza Amou Ali, Secondary School Teacher, Niger

Moderated by Danah Henriksen, Associate Professor, MLFTC

Register to attend.

Questions? If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Ann Nielsen at ann.nieslen@asu.edu.

Sponsored by:
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