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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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Building Belonging: Harnessing the Power of Education in a Time of Demographic Change

The report “Building Belonging: Harnessing the Power of Education in a Time of Demographic Change” by Re-Imagining Migration and History Co:Lab explores the significance of fostering…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School

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

Preparing Students to Thrive in a World on the Move

In an era marked by profound demographic, cultural, economic, and social transformations, the imperative to reshape our educational paradigms has never been more pressing. Ensuring that…

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

New School Year, New Resources for You!

School is back in session, and the year is kicking off with National Hispanic Heritage Month. Taking time to amplify and honor the cultures and contributions of Hispanic…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Planning Tools

New Year Teacher Toolkit

This toolkit is for teachers who want to partner with their students to build intentional school culture and classroom routines.  First, you’ll want to consider if…

Types: Planning Tools, Teaching Techniques

Empowering Educators: 9 Essential Resources for Teaching in a World on the Move

As educators, creating an inclusive learning community is paramount to ensure that all students have the knowledge, skills, and understanding to navigate a world of migration…

Grade Levels: Elementary, High School, Middle School
Types: Planning Tools, Study Guides & Collections

12 Ways Students Can Honor Immigrant Heritage Month by Taking Action

June is immigrant heritage month, a month set aside to help celebrate the contributions of immigrants to the United States. Stepping back, migration is foundational to…

Grade Levels: High School
Types: Study Guides & Collections

The Power of Refugees

Basma Alawee is a refugee. She and her husband fled Iraq after the Iraq war and settled in the United States. Since arriving in the U.S.,…

Types: Lessons, Webinars

The Chicano Movement and Boyle Heights: Teaching Student Activism

By Elisabeth Macias, Re-Imagining Migration Teacher-in-Residence Civic Issue/Background On March 1st, 1968, hundreds of East Los Angeles Chicano students walked out of Wilson High School to…

Types: Lessons
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