Academic Space

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Recherche et preuves

This section of the INEE website showcases academic work in the field of education in emergencies and post-crisis reconstruction.

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Anglais
Thesis/Dissertation

Moving Beyond Access: Integration of Syrian Refugee Students into Turkish Public Schools

Publié par
Columbia University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

In the context of contemplating the interplay between public education and refugee integration in a host country setting, this qualitative multi-site case study is designed to reveal the kinds of challenges and needs of the school staff regarding the inclusion of Syrian students in public schools, and the types of strategies they employed to overcome these challenges.

English
Thesis/Dissertation

Women's Empowerment and Force Migration

Publié par
Pennsylvania State University, Department of Learning and Performance Systems

This visual educational ethnography sought to understand women’s empowerment with Somali women who participated in non-governmental organizations’ (NGO) adult educational programs in Dadaab, Kenya.

English
Thesis/Dissertation

Recognition of refugees’ prior learning – the case of Lebanon

Publié par
University College London Institute of Education

The main purpose of this research is to examine refugees’ access to basic and higher education in Lebanon through the recognition of their prior learning attainments. This case study aims to add value to existing knowledge on refugee education and to provide a better understanding of developments in recognition of refugees’ prior learning.

English
Research Publication

Children in Emergencies: Psychosocial Support as a Holistic Protection Mechanism

Publié par
Columbia University

This study aims to identify strategies and/or models which have shown to be effective in providing psychosocial support for children in emergency contexts at the micro-, meso- and macro-levels of social systems. Moreover, lessons will be identified to provide a basis to promote worldwide resilient systems.

English
Thesis/Dissertation

Measuring Teacher Stress in Fragile Contexts

Publié par
Columbia University

This paper examines the main questionnaires used by academic researchers studying teacher stress—an important determinant of job performance and student learning outcomes—for adaptability of use in fragile contexts.

English
Research Publication

The Fury and the Future

Publié par
Columbia University

The story, through both interview narratives and research on recovery efforts after Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, explores the emerging and necessary use of child- and youth-centered approaches to disaster risk reduction and resilience.

English
Case Study

Case Studies on Social and Emotional Learning

Publié par
Columbia University

It is hoped that the findings of this paper will highlight SEL’s adaptability and utilization as an increasingly demanded “process” by which many learning outcomes for Peace Education, Human Rights Education, Citizenship Education, DRR, and the reintegration of former combatants can be achieved.

English
Research Publication

Social and Emotional Learning Infused Programs in Adversity Contexts

Publié par
Columbia University

This paper will review the areas of SEL programs that have been proven to be effective and determine how these interventions could be best piloted and sustained in conflict-affected countries or contexts.

English