Month: April 2018

Imaginative Ecological Education (IEE): Activities & Insights Imaginative Education (IE): Activities & Insights Walking Curriculum

Getting Outside In Higher Education: Walking Curriculum (I)

During World Creativity & Innovation Week (April 15-21, 2018) I had the pleasure of moderating a week-long conversation on imagination with the Google+ Creative Higher Education (#CreativeHE) community. My imaginative colleague Jailson Lima from Vanier College, Quebec, moderated with me. You can read the whole week of conversation on Google+ in the Creative Academic community […]Read More

Imaginative Ecological Education (IEE): Activities & Insights Walking Curriculum

imaginED Collaborates With Outdoor Classroom Day!

I am really pleased to announce that imaginED is collaborating with the Outdoor Classroom Day initiative!  Expect to see our imagination-focused outdoor learning activities (like the Walking Curriculum resource) shared on their network and information on the Outdoor Classroom Day initiative shared here. Read on to learn about this great event. Think about the last time you […]Read More

Learning In Depth (LiD)

4th Annual Learning in Depth (LiD) Open House

By Tara Scott (LiD teacher/facilitator) Mar Jok Elementary school recently celebrated its 4thyear of wondering, exploring and learning through LiD with an annual school community showcase. Ryan and Kaydn ~ Electricity and Oceans Questions surrounding how students are going to communicate their learning begin to surface at this time and students have, in the past, […]Read More

Imaginative Education (IE): Activities & Insights Imaginative Educational Leadership (IEL)

Re-Imagining School Leadership With Cognitive Tools

What is the role of imagination in educational leadership? How does it fuel innovation and creativity and how do we maximize it? How can the imagination deepen school leaders’ understanding of educational issues? How can the imagination support the generation of new ideas in educational leadership? How can school leaders employ tools of imagination to […]Read More