Support children in conflict and emergency situations


Teacher’s Guide / Parents

This guide is for parents and schools. It offers a psychosocial support program in emergency situations and aims to intervene as quickly as possible to help children absorb the shocks they have suffered and cope with their effects.

In the directory:

The most common symptoms that appear in children as a result of acute crises and wars,
Summary of the most prominent theories related,
How the growth of a child’s brain is affected,
Techniques used in education in support of methods and mechanisms to support children with disabilities in emergencies,
How to develop an intervention plan with parents,
Practical activities with children under the age of eight,
Practical guidance for managing behavioral difficulties and classroom and building a sound classroom environment stimulates learning.

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