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Improving Social-Emotional Health: Expansion of Teacher and Student Wellbeing during the COVID-19 Crisis in Honduras
Craig Davis and Gustavo Páyan-Luna’s field note explores how COVID-19 spurred the USAID-funded Asegurando la Educación program to bring in-person social and emotional learning activities to scale across Honduras by leveraging social media, short videos, and a sports-based program, among other approaches for both students and teachers.
Testing Measures of Refugee Camp Environment, Caregiver Mental Health, and Child Social-Emotional Development Among the Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar
The goal of the study outlined in this brief was to assess survey measures relevant to children’s development specifc to the Rohingya refugee camps. Specifcally, we measured experiences of the refugee camps, caregivers’ well-being, and child social-emotional development among families with pre primary-aged (3-4 year old) children.
Building Resilience in Crises through Education: Findings and Lessons Learned in DRC, Ethiopia, Niger, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda
This webinar is the culmination of over 4 years of programming and research on the well-being of teachers and students, their capacity to teach and learn in difficult contexts, and their resilience in the face of multiple challenges. Practitioners and researchers will present short presentations about the overall scope of their programmatic work and research in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Niger, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Renforcer la résilience dans les crises par l'éducation : Résultats et leçons apprises en RDC, en Éthiopie, au Niger, en Somalie, au Sud-Soudan, en Tanzanie et en Ouganda
Ce webinaire est l’aboutissement de plus de 4 ans de programmation et de recherche sur le bien-être des enseignants et des élèves, leur capacité à enseigner et à apprendre dans des contextes difficiles, et leur résilience face à de multiples défis.
Child-Friendly Materials for Children Affected by the Crisis in Ukraine
The stories highlighted below aim to support children process intense feelings and questions during an incredibly difficult time.
Ukrainian Crisis Resource Centre
We hope that the information in this resource hub is relevant for child helplines and can help to calm the questions your counsellors are receiving from callers.
Social service workers in schools: Their role in addressing violence against children and other child protection concerns
This technical note broadly defines the scope of services that the social service workforce, if sufficiently resourced and supported, could provide working in or with schools. It also outlines the multi-agency child protection services in or linked to schools that governments and ministries of education should support in order to uphold children’s right to learning and protection from violence.
MHPSS.net Emergency Briefing Kit for Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis
A page curating resources from MHPSS.net’s ‘emergency briefing kit’ for the MHPSS response in Ukraine and affected countries.
Como dificuldades cognitivas e psicossocial afetam os resultados de aprendizagem: Um estudo com crianças da escola primária na Síria
Em um estudo com 7.191 crianças sírias, os autores reportaram níveis mais baixos de literacia entre crianças com dificuldade cognitiva ou psicossocial (conforme determinado pelo Washington Group Questions). Crianças com duas ou mais dessas dificuldades eram menos propensas a evoluir num caminho de literacia de oito níveis.
How Cognitive and Psychosocial Difficulties Affect Learning Outcomes: A Study of Primary School Children in Syria
In a study of 7,191 Syrian children, authors Grace Anyaegbu, Caroline Carney, Holly-Jane Howell, Alaa Zaza, and Abdulkader Alaeddin report lower literacy levels among children with one cognitive or psychosocial difficulty (as determined by the Washington Group Questions). Children with two or more such difficulties were less likely to progress as far on an eight-milestone literacy pathway.