Settlement is a process of transition that includes three phases. It begins with a change and ends with a new beginning. Between these two is a second phase of settlement that can be described as a period of confusion and uncertainty when people are adjusting to their new society. During this period, everyone involved in settlement has distinctive needs. These modules introduce important issues that our society must address.
Introducing the Settlement of Newcomer Children
Identifying the Settlement Needs of Newcomer Children
Understanding School Readiness for Newcomer Children
Settling Young Newcomers: Supporting Individual Children And Families
Meeting the Needs of Newcomer Children in Home Child Care
Meeting the Needs of Newcomer Children in classrooms