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At the heart of Re-Imagining Migration are the resources we’ve thoughtfully curated for real-time application of our framework for the students of today.

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Bridging Culture Through Texas BBQ

What can Texas BBQ tell us about integration? This segment from CBS Sunday Morning explains that the Lone Star State’s distinctive barbecue is getting some impressive…

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Action Plans

Many educators create action plans based on the Re-Imagining Migration framework (Boix Mansilla, 2019). They identify a challenge, match it to one of the framework questions,…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Teaching Techniques

Roots and Branches: NYPS’s Joel Troge

ROOTS AND BRANCHES: A CONVERSATION WITH JOEL TROGE ABOUT NEW YORK PUBLIC SCHOOL’S NEW ROOTS AND BRANCHES 3RD AND 4TH GRADE UNIT. Joel Troge, Director of Long Term…

Grade Levels: Elementary, Middle School
Types: Lessons

Teaching and Learning about Migration

Migration, the flow of humanity across the tapestry of human experience, is not merely a backdrop to our collective narrative—it is the very essence of it….

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Study Guides & Collections, Teaching Techniques

History of Immigration in Schools

​​In The History of Immigration in Schools and Stories of Belonging, the Re-Imagining Migration team will present in collaboration with Jessica Lander, teacher of immigrant students at…

Types: Webinars

Re-Imagining the Role of Black Migrations in U.S. History

Black Migration in U.S. History After Reconstruction, Black Americans began a country-defining migration, known as the Great Migration, between 1916 and 1970. By Adam Strom and…

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School
Types: Articles/Research, Lessons

Moments in Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander History

This video is part of the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation’s Asian and Pacific Island Animated Histories Project. This animated video highlights a few of the…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Lessons, Video Resources

Teaching the Graphic Novel Frontera

HarperCollins Publishers and Re-Imagining Migration invite you to learn about teaching the graphic novel Frontera written by Julio Anta and Jacoby Salcedo. Julio and Jacoby speak with Author and Educational Visionary Sara…

Grade Levels: High School, Middle School
Types: Webinars

Frederick Douglass and Chinese Immigration

A COMPOSITE NATION In an 1869 speech for the Parker Fraternity Course in Boston, abolitionist and champion of civil and human rights Frederick Douglass challenged a growing tide…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons

Re-Imagining Citizenship During the Reconstruction

The adoption of the 14th Amendment in 1868 reimagined both who could be a citizen and the rights to which citizens were entitled, and outlined the…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Lessons
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