The Re-Imagining Migration guide to creating curriculum can assist you in developing a relevant, rigorous, and engaging curriculum that will promote belonging, understanding of the way that migration has shaped our communities past and present, and prepare young people to navigate a world of increasing complexity and change.

We hope that our guide will inspire you to create a curriculum that will help your students appreciate the richness and diversity and histories that have shaped our society. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are always happy to help!

Re-Imagining Migration Guide to Creating Curriculum

The Re-Imagining Migration Guide to Creating Curriculum is a planning tool for creating a variety of learning experiences from lessons and units in schools as well as professional development sessions.

Our approach is grounded in our framework and begins with the recognition that good teaching is always developed in relationship to the students that we teach, the community that in which we teach, the culture of our schools and classrooms, as well as the academic disciplines and courses in which lessons are delivered and designed.

We seek to promote educational experiences that are both culturally relevant and responsive. We recognize that quality curriculum has to center the students we are teaching and the community in which we are teaching. It is almost a cliché, but it is important to remember that our students are not empty vessels waiting to be filled up, they are people who come with knowledge and experiences that are vital to the interplay of teaching and learning. The relevance of what we teach is found in the bridges between our students, their communities and the world in which all live.

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