Professional Development and Public Events
“The most impactful PD session I have had throughout my tenure in the Boston Public Schools.” EL Teacher, Boston
“Re-Imagining Migration provides educators the resources and support to have a real, honest conversation about immigration in the classroom. From looking at historical patterns of immigration to immigration today – they address the needs of so many students in our schools and provide ways to teach about human movement over time. With a large percentage of migrant children in many school districts, it is important that educators discuss the issues important to these students and meet their unique needs. We are one big human family on a collective journey called life – Re-Imagining Migration provides the tools to discover one another through this journey.” Trinette Atri, Teacher and FormerSecondary Specialist/Talent Development, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
“The Reimagining Migration project provides powerful frameworks to enter and engage with this essential human dialogue of our time, and we are grateful to work with them.” Sanda Balaban, Program Director, Civics Unplugged
We offer a limited number of workshops that are open to the public, sign up quickly to guarantee a spot.
Moving Stories, September 25 with the Boston Public Schools Office of English Learners.
Voices of Migrations, November 14 in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Use this link to register.
Immigrant Voices in Social Studies Lessons at the National Conference of Social Studies in partnership with Listenwise. Use this link to register for the conference.
Educators, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about developing a customized professional development experience for your learning community.
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