The Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) publishes groundbreaking and outstanding scholarly and practitioner work on education in emergencies (EiE), defined broadly as quality learning opportunities for all ages in situations of crisis, including early childhood development, primary, secondary, non-formal, technical, vocation, higher and adult education.
ECCN, in partnership with INEE’s Journal of Education on Emergencies, conducted a series of webcast interviews with the authors of JEiE’s first edition. In these interviews, authors reflect on and discuss the work depicted in their articles, including lessons learned, and where they see the need for more research and next steps.
The journal’s second edition, published in December 2016, can be found here.
|Interview with Mary Mendenhall, Caroline Ndirangu, and Daniel Gakunga on their article Quality Education for Refugees in Kenya: Pedagogy in Urban Nairobi and Kakuma Refugee Camp Settings|
|Interview with Julia Paulson on her article “Whether and How?” History Education about Recent and Ongoing Conflict: A Review of Research|
|Video Interview by Kylie Garner with Catalina Torrente on her article Improving the Quality of School Interactions and Student Well-Being: Impacts of One Year of a School-Based Program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|Video Interview by Jimena Cosso with Cornelia Janke on her article Conflict-Sensitive Teacher Education: Viewing EDC’s Experience with the South Sudan Teacher Education Project through a Conflict-Sensitive Lens|
Visit the Journal on Education in Emergencies website for more information and access to the second edition.
The Journal is supported by NYU Steinhardt’s International Education Program.