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Applying learning theory to shape ‘good learning’ in emergencies: experience from Dadaab, Kenya

Applying one learning theory retrospectively to a non-formal education programme for youth shows how learning theories can be used to assess learning in diverse EiE programmes and how including such theories when programming could help ensure quality and relevance.

Title: Applying learning theory to shape ‘good learning’ in emergencies: experience from Dadaab, Kenya
Authors: Krupar, Allyson
Anselme, Marina L.
Year: 2019
Periodical: Forced Migration Review
Issue: 60
Period: March
Pages: 21-24
Language: English
Geographic term: Kenya
Abbreviation: EiE=Education in Emergencies
External link: https://www.fmreview.org/sites/fmr/files/FMRdownloads/en/education-displacement/krupar-anselme.pdf
Abstract: Applying one learning theory retrospectively to a non-formal education programme for youth shows how learning theories can be used to assess learning in diverse EiE programmes and how including such theories when programming could help ensure quality and relevance.

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