Month: August 2017

Imaginative Education (IE): Activities & Insights Wonder-Full Links & Resources

Incorporating Art In The Science Curriculum

By Jailson Lima (Chemistry Department, Vanier College, Montreal, QC) I have been teaching chemistry to science students at Vanier College both in pre-university and career programs for the past 17 years. Since 2009, I have also taught History and Methodology of Science, a mandatory, fourth-semester course that is part of Vanier’s Liberal Arts program. From the […]Read More

Imaginative Ecological Education (IEE): Activities & Insights Wonder-Full Links & Resources

Forest Fridays: How Nature Can Boost Empathy, Imagination, And Well-Being

By Natalie Crowley (First Grade Teacher) I spent the first four years of my teaching career in urban public schools with rigorous academic schedules, high stakes testing, and extremely limited outdoor time. I loved my job and my students, but I grew frustrated by my first and second graders’ struggles to sit still, use their […]Read More

Imaginative Education (IE): Activities & Insights Learning In Depth (LiD) Wonder-Full Links & Resources

Un-LiD-ing Creative Genius: Aufemina

By Judy Dabideen-Sonachansingh (MEd in IE; Retired Chemistry Teacher) Teaching teenagers is like growing a garden – hopeful, frustrating, body-shattering work, pure joy. My work as a high school Chemistry teacher has often brought to mind the ‘irresistible force meeting immovable object’ paradox, especially when trying to convince teenagers that a Learning in Depth project […]Read More