Supporting Early Childhood Education Teachers in Refugee Settings

Jul 6, 2021

iACT was consulted as part of Theirworld’s June 2021 report Ensuring Quality Early Childhood Education for Refugee Children: A New Approach to Teacher Professional Development: “This report examines the landscape of ECE in refugee settings and the professional development available for ECE teachers. We reached our findings and formulated our project concept through an extensive literature review, lengthy consultations with dozens of experts in early childhood education and development and refugee education, and by mapping of ECE programmes or providers serving refugees in challenging, poorly resourced settings.” The report identifies gaps and makes concrete recommendations for improving professional development for ECE teachers in refugee settings.
Little Ripples is included in the Annex on page 62 as part of Models and Approaches. 



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