The Integration of refugee children in the German education system with the help of an Intercultural Training

GRIN Verlag
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Masterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2019 im Fachbereich Pädagogik - Schulwesen, Bildungs- u. Schulpolitik, University of Sheffield, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: This dissertation presents the background and context to the process whereby very large numbers of child refugees are being taught in German schools today. It does this in order to identify and specify the various issues this movement of non-native young people into the German educational system has raised, in terms of how to integrate them into the existing system and culture. By delineating the problems and difficulties involved, it sets out the need to develop training materials that can support such refugee children and effectively promote their integration into the German school system and society and further personal development. In order to get the needed data, an online questionnaire focusing on the teacher's perspective was designed. It goes on to present materials designed to facilitate this process, this being a key objective of this study. In the context of this study, the training material could not be tested, but it in this way the dissertation emphasises that intercultural training can be a great help in the integration of refugees, whether they are young children or adults. Since the migrant crisis began in 2015, over three million refugees have travelled across the Mediterranean Sea or overland to Europe in search of a new and safe home. They are fleeing violence against civilians, and severe violations of human rights and international laws. Syria, one of the most problematic home countries for refugees, generated 6.7 million fugitives, as war crimes and human rights abuses are common. The Assad regime has systematically cut medical and food supplies to the population. Terrorist and bomb attacks on residential areas are not uncommon. Moreover, air raids by the USA, Russia and Turkey threaten the lives of millions of civilians in the country. ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) has sought to spread their ideology, uses terrorist attacks, abductions and public torture to achieve their goal of creating a new state, forcing millions of people to flee their home countries. According to UNHCR over 2.1 million people were displaced inside Iraq, as of April 2018. Other travelled from south and east Europe, the greater Middle East and Africa.
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