With the support of the Spencer Foundation, we hosted “Mapping Human Migration: Setting the Educational Agenda” from April 15-16. We gathered leading migration scholars, learning scientists and practitioners to advance a foundational human migration curricular framework and delineate an action-research agenda to assess its impact.
Today’s migratory flows, we proposed, represent a timely opportunity to re-frame migration across the curriculum as constitutive to human experience and to nurture key cognitive, socio-emotional and civic dispositions for inclusive societies. To give you a sense of the conversations, we prepared this visual essay. Please feel free to discuss ideas you find of interest with your colleagues and students.