New Resource: Promising Practices of Early Childhood Education for Immigrant and Refugee Children

The Affiliation of Multicultural Societies and Services Agencies of BC (AMSSA) created a new resource to document ‘promising practices’ of early childhood programs for immigrant and refugees. This resource offers unique approaches for those working with immigrant and refugee children to create culturally safe and welcoming programs.  The resource indentifies practices for creating supportive environments, relationships and culturally responsive programs.

This resource is of benefit to early childhood educators and managers working in child care, family resource programs and/or StrongStart BC programs, as well as others serving immigrant/refugee families and young children.

http://boards.amssa.org/ancie/members/viewPost/post_id:416

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