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Well-Being and Learning: Processes of Resilience in Refugee Children

Ongoing Project:Well-Being and Learning: Processes of Resilience in Refugee ChildrenResearchers: Jennifer Jenkins1, Kathy Georgiades2, Johanne Paradis3, Xi (Becky) Chen1, and Alexandra Gottardo4 Affiliation: OISE, University of Toronto1, McMaster University2, University of Alberta3, Wilfred Laurier University4Research Partner: NorQuest College and H.appiKeywords: Syrian refugee children, well-being, mental health, learning, language, cognitive functioning, trauma, quantitative research, interviewsSummaryObjective: This [...]

Well-Being and Learning: Processes of Resilience in Refugee Children2020-08-18T15:25:56-03:00

Well-Being and Learning: Processes of Resilience in Refugee Children

Project Researchers Project Description There are well established associations between children’s language, literacy and wellbeing in the general population. Several reasons for this overlap have been described. First it is likely that the areas of the brain that influence learning also influence emotion. Second, the relationship between learning and wellbeing [...]

Well-Being and Learning: Processes of Resilience in Refugee Children2019-01-17T18:05:39-04:00
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