Module 4 – Integration of refugee youth and participants with special needs

Articles

Sometimes, the best way to get the most out of the classroom is to leave it and take learning outside. Outdoor learning can make for happier, healthier, well-rounded students – particularly for those with special educational needs (SEN).

More information in article in Guardian

Case studies

Interview with a teacher from disadvantaged students in Cologne: She has been working with mentally and physically disabled students for more than 20 years.
Here is the interview

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