refugee student cultural background profiles

Learn about your students and their cultural backgrounds with cultural background resources from USAHello.

By being culturally informed, you’ll be better equipped for teaching diverse students in your multicultural classroom. Read and download our cultural background resources. 당신은 또한 수 있습니다. download all of the resources as one PDF. The information is concise so you can quickly learn key information to help you help your students. These cultural background resources were designed for educators but can be used by anyone who wants to welcome newcomers in their community.

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Students from Afghanistan are very focused on their families 더 읽기


Algerian students will have parents who want to support their education 더 읽기

Bhutan (Nepali origin)

Refugee students from Bhutan may have gone to school in Nepal 더 읽기


Students from Burma tend to highly respect teachers but most have interrupted educations 더 읽기


Students from Burundi tend to be more circular learners 더 읽기


Students from Cambodia are likely second generation students 더 읽기


Chinese students are likely to be respectful and formal with their teachers. 더 읽기


Colombia has a strong education system. 그러나, students from Colombia may have fled violence and not have attended school. 더 읽기


Cuban families strongly believe in the value of educaiton 더 읽기

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Many students from the DRC spent long years in refugee camps 더 읽기


Students from El Salvador tend to live in multi-generation families 더 읽기


Many Eritreans were resettled to the United States in the early 2000s 더 읽기


Ethiopian students likely had limited resources in their schools 더 읽기


Many Guatemalan families in the United States are from the Mayan culture and may not speak Spanish 더 읽기


Many students from Haiti came to the United States after the earthquake 더 읽기


Students from Honduras have varying degrees of education and may have experienced violence 더 읽기


Students from Iran likely attended schools but may not have been encouraged to think critically 더 읽기


Iraqi students are probably schooled and may have highly educated parents 더 읽기

카 렌 (버마)

Karen students highly respect teachers. Many did not have access to formal education 더 읽기


Karenni students highly respect teachers. Many did not have access to formal education 더 읽기


Most students from Laos are second generation immigrants 더 읽기


Liberians have a lot of familiarity and experience with American culture 더 읽기

Mon (버마)

Mon students highly respect teachers but many did not have access to formal education 더 읽기


Refugee students from Nepal likely had limited educational opportunities 더 읽기


Most Nicaraguan students have families who want to be involved in their education 더 읽기


Girls are less likely to have attended school and parents will need to be encouraged to attend school events 더 읽기


Puerto Rico is a part of the United States but students have very different opportunities 더 읽기

Rakhine State (버마)

Students from Rakhine State tend to be very culturally different than students from the rest of Burma 더 읽기


Students from Rohingya state may have had no formal education opportunities 더 읽기

Russia (Former Soviet Union)

Students from Russia tend to be indirect communicatiors 더 읽기

Shan (버마)

Shan students greatly respect their teachers 더 읽기

Sierra Leone

Students from Sierra Leone will enjoy cultural classroom activities 더 읽기


May students from Somalia have little or no formal education 더 읽기

남쪽 수단

Students from South Sudan have probably experienced high levels of violence 더 읽기


Syrian students may have interrupted educations but highly educated parents 더 읽기


Vietnamese students come from a highly authoritarian educational background 더 읽기


Students from former Yugoslavia highly value education and respect their teachers 더 읽기

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