Journal on Education in Emergencies

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Investigación y Evidencia

La Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE por sus siglas en inglés, traducida como la Revista sobre Educación en Situaciones de Emergencia) publica el trabajo innovador y destacado de académicos y profesionales sobre la educación en situaciones de emergencia (EeE), definida de manera amplia como oportunidades de aprendizaje de calidad para todas las edades en situaciones de crisis, incluidos el desarrollo infantil temprano y la educación primaria, secundaria, no formal, técnica, vocacional, superior y adulta

A continuación se muestra una lista de todos los números de la JEiE.

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 5, Number 2

The second part of the JEiE special issue on refugees and education focuses on opportunities and outcomes in refugee education as they connect to rights, funding actors, literacy, belonging, and teacher development.

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 4, Number 1

This issue of the JEiE features a diverse cohort of authors who employ a wide range of methodologies and disciplinary approaches. The articles shine new light on refugees’ experiences with education in kindergarten, in adolescence, and in higher education; education administration in postconflict societies; and reforms to education systems.

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 3, Number 1

JEiE Volume 3, Number 1 was published in July 2017. With this new issue of JEiE — which consists of three research articles, one field note, and four book reviews — we return to the positive face of education as we examine its contributions to peacebuilding.

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 2, Number 1

The second issue of the JEiE contains five articles including lessons from an approach centered on trauma and psychosocial support in Gaza; norms, violence, and girls' education in Afghanistan; and citizenship education in Mali.

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 1, Number 1

This inaugural issue of JEiE contains four articles on topics including a review of research on the history of education in countries affected by conflict, the impact of psychosocial program interventions, and instructional techniques for teachers working with refugees.