A children's drawing from a project to designed to build belonging for immigrant families in schools

Family Stories in the Classroom

  JUNE 7, 2022 By…

Understanding Immigrant Origin Students Webinar

In this 30-minute webinar, Re-Imagining Migration co-founder…

What is the Relationship Between English Learners and Immigrant Students?

Not the Same Often, within educational settings immigrant…

PBS’s Chinese Exclusion Act (chapter 1)

Use this short excerpt from PBS's Chinese Exclusion as part of…
This black and white image of Immigrants arriving at Ellis Island can be used in a lesson plan on the history of immigration to the United States.

Immigrant Students Are Internalizing Stereotypes. Educators Can Help

Did you see our commentary Immigrant Students Are Internalizing…
Moving Stories

A lesson in civility: The negativity immigrant students hear

A survey of immigrant children in the U.S. revealed just how…

Classroom Resource: Facundo the Great

Discussions about names can provide opportunities to build community,…

Culturally Responsive Teaching with Carola Suárez Orozco

Culturally Responsive Teaching with Carola Suárez Orozco The…

Educator Spotlight: Sara Ahmed, Teaching The Arrival

  Educator Spotlight: Teaching the Arrival Welcome…

Names, Identity, and Immigration

Names play an important role in our identities. The selection…

Blog: Can You Say My Name? On Names, Culture & Identity

By Aakanksha Gupta It was the second day of my last…

Educator Spotlight: The Role of News Literacy in Issues of Migration

News is one of the most powerful forces that informs our outlook…

Why Empathy Matters in Classroom Storytelling

by Aakanksha Gupta In the weeks following the 2016 elections,…

What are the Predominant Stereotypes about Immigrants Today?

All of us of carry biases with us. We learn them as part of our socialization into our communities. Biases influence what we see, what we believe, and how we understand the world.

Their Story is Our Story

Their Story is Our Story from Adam Strom on Vimeo. From…

With uncertainty surrounding DACA, and anti-immigrant rhetoric on the rise, what should educators do?

By Marcelo Suarez-Orozco, Carola Suarez-Orozco, and Adam Strom The…

Why Teach about Migration?

The story of migration is the story of humankind. The genetic and paleontological record of human migration is at least 70,000 years old. Researchers know that all of us can trace our ancestry to Southern Africa, while some homo sapiens migrated across Africa and stayed, others ventured out to the Asia, Australia, Europe, and eventually to the Americas. This is our shared experience.

Re-imagining Approaches to Immigration in Schools

  In the United States, immigrants and their children…

A Global Perspective on Immigration

By Marcelo Suárez-Orozco & Carola Suárez-Orozco Sometimes…