An expat child has many layers of influence – Your Expat Child


Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory This was mentioned in Rianne Cornelisse’s paper about how expat children adapt when returning home. What is the theory of Bronfenbrenner all about? In this model the child is the centre of its own system. The layers are built from the inside out. The first layer … Read More on expatchild.com

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The Expat Child blog written by Carole Hallett Mobbs has great resources to rise children abroad and she is also a consultant for expats and their children

Here a selection about multilingualism:   http://expatchild.com/?s=raising+multilingual

 

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About Anne Egros, Expat Life, Career & Executive Coach

Zest and Zen is a blog about Global Leadership, Intercultural Communication, Expat Life, Health, Nutrition, Change Psychology
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2 Responses to An expat child has many layers of influence – Your Expat Child

  1. sarchjudith says:

    Good Morning! You always have such interesting posts.

    Do you have any ideas about where to find info on raising a multicultural child? My granddaughter is 3 1/2 and her mother is Finnish, Father is Italian, and I am American. She speaks all those languages.

    Judith

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