“RECOVERING STOLEN CHILDHOODS THROUGH EDUCATION: UTILIZING THE TOOLS OF THE DIGITAL AGE. EXAMPLES FROM JORDAN, JAMAICA AND GHANA” WORKSHOP

Wednesday August 27,20141:30-­‐3pm
Salvation Army Auditorium,221 East 52nd St. NY, NY

This workshop will demonstrate best practices in the field by NGO’s providing education to some of the most disadvantaged children: the displaced in refugee camps in Jordan; the poor in Jamaica; and under served populations in Ghana. The second part will present the latest information and communication technologies (ICT’s): how to facilitate and support this education (including emergency); and how to improve the quality of training and teaching of educators.

Workshop Co-­Sponsors: The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI); The World Organization for Early Childhood Education (OMEP); The NGO Committee on Education; The NGO Committee on Migration; The Psychology Coalition at the UN (PCUN).

What people can expect to learn: “Effective methods of education for disadvantaged children in three distinctive circumstances; with support by the latest information and communication technologies”

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