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Refugee Youth and Interrupted Schooling in Small Centres

Refugee Youth and Interrupted Schooling in Small CentresResearchers: Ray Silvius1, Kim Browning1, Kathleen Vyrauen2, Don Boddy3  Affiliation: University of Winnipeg1, Immigration Partnership Winnipeg (IPW)2, Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations (MANSO)3Research Partner: Newcomer Education Coalition (NEC), IPW, MANSO, Migration in Remote and Rural Areas Network (MIRRA Network), Community Engaged Research on Immigration Network (CERI)Keywords: Refugee youth, [...]

Refugee Youth and Interrupted Schooling in Small Centres2024-04-22T10:36:14-03:00

Manual for Refugee Parents and Children on Their Rights and Responsibilities Related to Education in the Canadian School System

Manual for Refugee Parents and Children on Their Rights and Responsibilities Related to Education in the Canadian School SystemResearchers: Shauna Labman and Menal Al Fekih            Affiliation: University of ManitobaResearch Partner: Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba Inc., Newcomer Education Coalition, and Manitoba Education and TrainingKeywords: refugee parents, refugee students, school system, education, supportJump to: [...]

Manual for Refugee Parents and Children on Their Rights and Responsibilities Related to Education in the Canadian School System2020-08-06T14:15:49-03:00

Family Contexts of Migrant Children: Language and Other Socioeconomic Inequalities

Family Contexts of Migrant Children: Language and Other Socioeconomic InequalitiesResearch Team: Monica Boyd1 and Soli Dubash1Affiliation: University of Toronto1Keywords: immigrant children, immigrant families, language development, language use, socioeconomic inequalities, poverty, linguistic isolation, second-language acquisition, quantitative methodsJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, FindingsSummaryOverview: Using 2016 census data, this research explored the prevalence and probability of linguistic isolation among [...]

Family Contexts of Migrant Children: Language and Other Socioeconomic Inequalities2023-03-15T00:08:34-03:00

Refugee Youth and Interrupted Schooling: Economic and Social Implications

Refugee Youth and Interrupted Schooling: Economic and Social ImplicationsResearch Team: Susan M Brigham1, Howard Ramos2, Nabiha Atallah3, Olga Lyobenko3, Sylvia Calatayud1,3, Claire Brierley1Affiliations: Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU)1, Western University2, and Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)3Research Partner: Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)Keywords: Refugee youth, interrupted schooling, language skills, educational attainment, English [...]

Refugee Youth and Interrupted Schooling: Economic and Social Implications2023-03-17T18:58:05-03:00

LINC Students’ Career Goals Pathways Analysis

Analysis of LINC Students’ Career Goals PathwaysResearchers: Lisa Rochman1, Erika Goble1, Maria Montenegro1, Marco Garcia Salinas1, Mesay Tegegne1, Timothy Anderson2, Anna M. Janik3, Brooke Leifso1, Shea Manweiler4, and Mary Malott4Affiliation: NorQuest College1, MacEwan University2, and Red River College3 and Designers4Research Partner: NorQuest CollegeKeywords: newcomers, settlement, employment, economic integration, Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC), [...]

LINC Students’ Career Goals Pathways Analysis2022-03-24T12:38:30-03:00

The Effect of a Dual-language Stimulation Program for Refugee Children

The Effect of a Dual-language Stimulation Program for Refugee ChildrenResearchers: Andrea MacLeod1, Diane Pesco2, and Sylvana Côté3  Affiliation: University of Alberta1, Concordia University2, and Université de Montréal3Keywords: Dual-language development, Syrian refugee children, preschool,early intervention, bilingual language abilities, Arabic, FrenchJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications & ReportsSummaryObjective: This study aimed to develop and pilot an early intervention [...]

The Effect of a Dual-language Stimulation Program for Refugee Children2021-06-30T17:07:25-03:00

A Culturally Sensitive Intervention for Syrian Refugee Children with Interrupted Schooling: Targeting Math Vocabulary and Associated Number Sense Skills

A Culturally Sensitive Intervention for Syrian Refugee Children with Interrupted Schooling: Targeting Math Vocabulary and Associated Number Sense SkillsResearchers: Esther Geva and Deborah Benhamu                   Affiliation: University of Toronto, OISEKeywords: Syrian refugee children, school, interrupted schooling, after-school intervention, the Mathematics Vocabulary Measure (MVM), math vocabulary, Math Fluency measure (WIAT), KTEAsJump to: Full Infographic, Methodology, Findings, Publications [...]

A Culturally Sensitive Intervention for Syrian Refugee Children with Interrupted Schooling: Targeting Math Vocabulary and Associated Number Sense Skills2021-06-30T17:18:56-03:00

Language and Literacy Development of Syrian Refugee Children and Arabic-Speaking Immigrant Children: A Comparison

Language and Literacy Development of Syrian Refugee Children and Arabic-Speaking Immigrant Children: A ComparisonResearch Team: Xi (Becky) Chen1, Redab Al Janaideh1, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher1, Alexandra Gottardo2, Sana Tibi3, and Johanne Paradis4Affiliations: University of Toronto1, Wilfrid Laurier University2, Florida State University3, and University of Alberta4Keywords: Syrian, refugee children, bilingual language development, bilingualism, literacy, reading comprehension, school, English, [...]

Language and Literacy Development of Syrian Refugee Children and Arabic-Speaking Immigrant Children: A Comparison2023-10-28T09:51:51-03:00

Exploring the Interdependence Between Morphological and Syntactic Development in Heritage Contexts: The Case of Syrian Refugee Children in Canada

Exploring the Interdependence Between Morphological and Syntactic Development in Heritage Contexts: The Case of Syrian Refugee Children in CanadaResearchers: Evangelia Daskalaki1, Aisha Barise2, Xi (Becky) Chen3, Adriana Soto-Corominas4, Johanne Paradis1Affiliation: University of Alberta1, McGill University2, OISE, University of Toronto3, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya4Keywords: Syrian refugee children, bilingual language development, Arabic, English, word order, syntax, morphology, subject-verb [...]

Exploring the Interdependence Between Morphological and Syntactic Development in Heritage Contexts: The Case of Syrian Refugee Children in Canada2022-03-24T12:09:32-03:00

Successes and Challenges of Children who are Syrian Refugees: Language, Literacy, and Wellbeing

Successes and Challenges of Children who are Syrian Refugees:Language, Literacy, and WellbeingResearchers: Johanne Paradis1, Xi (Becky) Chen2, Alexandra Gottardo3, Adriana Soto-Corominas4, Redab Al-Janaideh2, Jennifer Jenkins2, Kathliki Georgiades5, Irene Vitroulis6, Mazen El-Baba7, Lisa Rochman8 Affiliations: University of Alberta1, OISE, University of Toronto2, Wilfred Laurier University3, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya4, McMaster University5, University of Ottawa6, H.appi7, NorQuest [...]

Successes and Challenges of Children who are Syrian Refugees: Language, Literacy, and Wellbeing2024-04-19T17:18:58-03:00
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