Month: December 2018

CIRCE

Imagination Unleashed At Fraser Heights Secondary School

By Hannah Kazemi (Grade 12 student at Fraser Heights Secondary School, Surrey, B.C., Canada) Imagine dancers, artists, bakers and chefs, musicians, and entrepreneurs. Imagine hundreds of students, with their passions laid out in front of them. Imagine entering a high school, immediately welcomed by the smell of popcorn in the air, billowing red curtains marking […]Read More

CIRCE Ebulletins & Announcements

Have You Heard CIRCE’s Latest News?

Happy December colleagues!  I want to give you a quick overview of what’s happening with CIRCE. In brief: our community is growing daily, our imagination-focused educational resource-base is expanding, and our professional development initiatives are accelerating. There are also significant learning opportunities coming up that you might want to be part of.  Read on… growing […]Read More

Random Ideas About Education

Learning Environments Research: Context Matters

Learning Environment Research (LER) acknowledges that learning takes places within the social realm and that social conditions contribute to the quality of both learning and student experience. Have you heard of the #starbucksmyclassroom initiative?  When I first came across this hashtag on Twitter back in 2017, it wasn’t a ploy to get corporate funding in […]Read More