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Helping Immigrant Children Succeed

A Look Through Research, Experiences, and Practical Solutions

Edited By Krystyna Nowak-Fabrykowski

Helping Immigrant Children Succeed examines current research on the educational development of immigrant children and the unique challenges that they, their parents, and their teachers face. The central argument of this book is that immigrant children will be successful if culturally and developmentally appropriate practices are applied in teaching them. The chapters of this book give an in-depth investigation into handling different challenges such as negotiated identities, transition to a new culture, and different learning styles as well as the role of parents and teachers in helping immigrant children. Helping Immigrant Children Succeed is a must read for the teachers and parents and should be on the reading list for courses on multicultural education.

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