Education

The Problem

Many people living in refugee camps have limited access to formal modes of education. This puts them at a disadvantage as it disconnects them from in-person volunteer tutors. 

Most refugees however will have limited access to internet and electronic devices, this allows them participate in virtual learning programs. 

Our Program

ELNOR is in the exciting stages of evolution in its first year. We actively consult with our students and other experts to curate a curriculum that fits students’ needs, abilities, and interests. Currently, our unit-based curriculum covers a variety of conversational topics such as natural sciences, world affairs, and poetry.

"Thank you so much. You[r] comments are really useful and constructive, and I really appreciate it."
- ELNOR Student
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Our Pedagogy

We utilize a Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) method of foreign language learning that centers on teaching interesting and engaging content, where vocabulary and grammar are taught in context of the material.

Based on language levels standardized by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), our students can find lesson plans at an elementary level (A2), intermediate level (B1, B2), and advanced level (C1).