Attitudes and Expectations Between Educators and Parents
This module was developed so that both educators and parents explore their own experiences with school and the impact of those experiences on the way they deal with school now. It opens spaces for mutual understanding and clarifying their expectations towards each other.
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References for teachers that would like to depeen their knowledge about the educational system from where pupils come from:
- Abi-Mershed, O. (2010). Trajectories of Education in the Arab World. Legacies and challenges. Published in Association with the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University. Routledge Edition
- Griffin, R. (2006) (Edited by). Education in the Muslim World: Different Perspectives. Oxford, UK. Symposium Books
- Kirdar, S. (edited by) (2017). Education in the Arab world. Bloomsbury Academic.
- Maherzi, A. (2019).Culture et enseignement dans la civilisation arabo-musulmane. In Global Comparative Education: Journal of the WCCES, Vol.3 No.1&2, pp.68-86.
- Mohamed, E., Gerber, H. R., Aboulkacem, S., & Momani, B. (Eds.) (2016). Education and the Arab Spring: Resistance, reform, and democracy. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Pp. 160 ISBN: 978-94-6300-471-8
References for parents that would to understand better how school inclusion works in Europe:
- Catarci, M. (Eds.) (2015). Intercultural Education in the European Context: Theories, Experiences, Challenges. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.
- Crul et al. (2019). How the different policies and school systems affect the inclusion of Syrian refugee children in Sweden, Germany, Greece, Lebanon and Turkey. Comparative Migration Studies (2019) 7:10 https://doi.org/10.1186/s40878-018-0110-6
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