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Journal on Education in Emergencies - Vol1


The first edition of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) was published in October 2015.

The first edition of the JEiE contains four articles -- three research articles and one field note -- and one book review that cover a variety ofscholarly/policy topics and types of research design. Topics include a review of research on the history of education in countries affected by conflict, the impact of psychosocial program interventions, and instructional techniques for teachers working with refugees. 

 

The full JEiE Volume 1, Number 1 can be downloaded for free from the INEE website, and individual articles can be downloaded by clicking on the titles below. More about the first edition, including a note from the Editor and full abstracts of the articles, can be read on the INEE Blog.
 

 

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Journal on Education in Emergencies -

Volume 1, Number 1, October 2015

 

EDITORIAL NOTE

by Dana Burde

EiE RESEARCH ARTICLES

“Whether and How?” History Education about Recent and Ongoing Conflict: A Review of Research
Julia Paulson

** Watch the video interview with this author. **

 

Improving the Quality of School Interactions and Student Well-Being: Impacts of One Year of a School-Based Program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 
Catalina Torrente, Brian Johnston, Leighann Starkey, Edward Seidman, Anjuli Shivshanker, Nina Weisenhorn, Jeannie Annan, and John Lawrence Aber

** Watch the video interview with these authors. **

 

Quality Education for Refugees in Kenya: Pedagogy in Urban Nairobi and Kakuma Refugee Camp Settings
Mary Mendenhall, Sarah Dryden-Peterson, Lesley Bartlett, Caroline Ndirangu, Rosemary Imonje, Daniel Gakunga, Loise Gichuhi, Grace Nyagah, Ursulla Okoth, and Mary Tangelder

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EiE FIELD NOTE

Conflict-Sensitive Teacher Education: Viewing EDC’s Experience with the South Sudan Teacher Education Project through a Conflict-Sensitive Lens
Lainie Reisman and Cornelia Janke

** Watch the video interview with these authors. **

 

BOOK REVIEW

From Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda by Elisabeth King
Elizabeth Cole

 

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For detailed information about the Journal on Education in Emergencies, and for instructions on how submit article, please visit www.ineesite.org/journal.