“GIVE ME SHELTER” WHAT TEACHERS CAN DO TO HELP THEIR REFUGEE STUDENTS FROM UKRAINE - Project work
The arrival in Hungarian schools of children who have fled from Ukraine to Hungary creates a new situation for which schools and teachers are ill-prepared.
Under the professional guidance of Professor Emerita Ágnes Boreczky and 11 international students of the Master's Programme in Social Integration of our Institute have prepared the following project, which aims to provide some general information and help teachers to think about the most important issues in the process of admitting refugee children to school, and to give practical ideas for "handling" the new situation.
The lecturers of the Institute in collaboration with the students, will soon publish an extended and updated version of the project work translated into Hungarian.
Until then, we are pleased and proud to publish the work of our students. We hope that our colleagues will find their work useful in their daily work.
You can find the Project work here.
Nguyen Luu Lan Anh
Director of Institute
ELTE PPK Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education