How do you teach about migration? Is it in a unit in a social studies class? Through geography? Through literature? In a science class? In art?

Use questions from our learning arc to shape student inquiry.

The Re-Imagining Migration Learning Arc

The Re-Imagining Migration learning arc offers a series of guiding questions that provide a structure for talking and teaching about migration in ways that promote, empathy, understanding, perspective-taking, and civic empowerment. Veronica Boix-Mansilla, Re-Imagining Migration's Research Director of Re-imagining Migration and Senior Principal Investigator at Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education, explains, "To be effective, educators will need to construct a novel view of migration not merely as “the unit we teach in the 8th grade social studies curriculum” but as a conceptual lens through which we can understand ourselves and the world around us and make informed decisions."

In this free download, Dr. Boix-Mansilla introduced the learning arc followed by a complete set of questions from the learning arc in both English and Spanish.

The Re-imagining Migration Learning Arc was developed by Verónica Boix-Mansilla, with Adam Strom, Carola Suárez-Orozco and Marcelo Suárez-Orozco

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