Month: March 2016

Imaginative Education (IE): Activities & Insights

Tips For Imaginative Educators: #7 Identify The Unknown

Imaginative teachers pull their students in; they intrigue them. They puzzle them. Of course, leaving students puzzling doesn’t mean leaving them confused. By puzzling I mean capturing students’ curiosity. Mystery intrigues us; it evokes emotion. The world is full of unanswered questions and puzzles. What’s more intriguing than that? Kieran Egan suggests that one of the worst things we can do […]Read More