Meeting the Needs of Immigrant and Refugee Children in Denmark

Virtue, David C.
March 2006
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Spring2006, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p133
Academic Journal
Presents information on a program designed to meet the needs of immigrant and refugee children in Roskilde, Denmark. Enhancement of the school-readiness of bilingual children through preschool centers in the area; Implementation of the Integration Project as a cultural system which was reflected in the use of symbolic expressions; Inclusion of linking a community of practice with the immigrant one in the project.


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