UNRWA Schools in Jordan
This paper examines the development of a teacher training program to be given to UNWRA teachers working with Palestinian refugee students who are underachievers.
# 27237 | 12,296 words | 38 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on May 28, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Special) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Ethnic Studies (Middle East)
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The paper explains the nature of the problem, provides background and discusses the study's basic purpose and significance. The writer then studies literature about under-achievement, then describes and discusses all of the methods and procedures that are used in the development of the teacher training program. The paper introduces the program planning and development methods; both the conceptual and the methodological assumptions underlying the study; and the limitations of the study.
From the Paper:"The UNRWA (2000) reports that the largest concentration of Palestine refugees is in Jordan, representing more than 40 percent of those refugees registered with UNRWA. The refugees in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including Jerusalem, represent 38 percent of UNRWA's registration. Lebanon and Syria each host about 10 percent of the registered refugees and the remainder live in neighboring countries, including Egypt, while others have migrated to Europe, the United States, Canada and South America."
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