This guide has resources about refugees and immigrants and research about culturally diverse classrooms. Teachers will find advice for building school community and practical resources for the classroom.
This research review appeared in a 2016 issue of Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit. The purpose of the study was to "explore how learning leaders can support teachers to develop and deliver culturally responsive pedagogies." (document)
This guide shares how home language plays an important role in supporting the acquisition of the English language and the overall academic success of students who are English language learners. Learn how how teachers can meaningfully incorporate home languages in the classroom.
This report, from the Canadian Teachers' Federation, looks at the growth of immigrants and refugees in classrooms. The report addresses pedagogical concerns, social and economic concerns and then provides recommendations.
From researchers at the University of Calgary's Werklund School of Education, this literature review (peer-reviewed academic journals, books, government reports, reports from non-profit organizations and online materials) looks at best practices for educating refugee students.