Refugee Educators Foundations of Practice Course, Part I

Deepening Connections & Building Conditions for Learning

Childhood Education International continues our partnership role with the Center for Learning Practice (CLiP) by supporting Part 1 of the Refugee Educators Foundations of Practice Course. The course, created by the Refugee Educator Academy, provides rich learning opportunities and immediately useful resources and methods to support refugee/immigrant learners.

Course runs from 23 October – 11 December
(Registration currently closed)


Course Topics

  • Knowing Our Students
  • Culturally Relevant & Sustaining Pedagogies
  • SEL and Trauma-Informed Practices

Participants come away with:

  • Strategies & tools to get to know and support refugee students’ social, emotional, and academic growth
  • Guides & resources for Resettlement Agency education and mentoring programs
  • Professional development ideas for district administrators and instructional coaches
  • A professional network from around the country

$150 (10% discount for teams of 5 or more)

Clock Hours & CEU/Credit Options
(please check with your district HR about requirements)

  • 25 clock hours/CEUs
  • Optional: 2.5 QTR credits available through
    UCSD Extension Program (fee: $137.50)

For general inquiries, or to inquire about customizable professional learning opportunities and other refugee education program design needs, contact Sarah Bracken, Refugee Educator Academy Project Consultant and REFP Course Facilitator, at [email protected]

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