ANCIE Bulletin Board
The ANCIE Bulletin is a quarterly electronic newsletter on newcomer children’s issues. If you would like to receive the bulletin by email, please click on the subscribe link.
The latest edition of the ANCIE Bulletin “Gender Roles” explores the gender gap and the influence of gender in actions, decisions, interactions and expectations of newcomer children and their families.
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Education
This edition of the ANCIE Bulletin "Early Childhood Education" explores the importance of the early years for newcomer children, the concept of readiness, and strategies on how to develop a culturally safe curriculum.
This edition of the ANCIE Bulletin is “International Students,” who are students in Canada on a visa or refugee claimants. It looks at why international students come to Canada, perspectives from business and teachers, and how to support students.
Compendium of Newcomer Children's Services in BC and Symposium Videos
This edition announces the release of the "Compendium of Newcomer Children's Services in British Columbia" and videos from the first Provincial Symposium on Cultural Competencies: Supporting Newcomer Children, held at SFU Harbour Centre.
This edition of the ANCIE Bulletin entitled “Family Dynamics” examines the struggles newcomer families may face during the settlement process in Canada such as role reversal, housing, and working with services. It includes case studies, resources, and strategies when working with newcomer children and their families.
This edition of the ANCIE Bulletin entitled “Refugee Children” examines topics such as the types of refugees in Canada, challenges faced by refugee families, and refugee children and post-traumatic stress disorder. It includes a real case study, resources, and strategies when working with refugee children.
Health and Wellness of Newcomer Children
This edition of the ANCIE Bulletin looks at the health and wellness of newcomer children. This includes topics such as the “healthy immigrant effect,” barriers to health services, mental health, and culturally competent health care.
English Language Learners
This edition of the ANCIE Bulletin entitled “English Language Learners” examines the struggles newcomer children may face in learning a new language in British Columbia and actions educators and service providers can take to help children.
ANCIE Bulletin March 2010 - Introduction
Welcome to the first edition of the ANCIE Bulletin. This month we give a general overview of the trends in immigration for children in British Columbia and introduce some of the main issues.