Month: September 2020

CIRCE Imaginative Education (IE): Activities & Insights

The Key to Rethinking School This Year: Your Imagination

By Michelle McKay Michelle McKay is a PhD student at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto) in Curriculum and Pedagogy and is a teacher with the Peel District School Board in Ontario (@MsMichelleMcKay).   For educators around the world, this school year will be another ‘unprecedented’ experience as education continues to […]Read More

CIRCE Imaginative Educational Leadership (IEL)

Leading With An Imaginative Mindset Through A Pandemic: Being Networked

By Jonathan Sclater (Principal, MEd in Imaginative Education, @jonathansclater) Welcome back to my 4-part series imaginative series on Imaginative Leadership, this is part 2 of 4. Over the course of this 4-part imaginative series, I will introduce and explain the following attributes I believe necessary to develop one’s Imaginative Mindset: being adaptable, networked, hopeful, and […]Read More

CIRCE Imaginative Educational Leadership (IEL)

Parking: The Imaginable (or Unimaginable) Final Frontier

By Craig Mah Craig Mah is a District Principal in SD43 (Coquitlam), Imaginative Schools Network Member and #BCEdChat co-moderator (@craigmah). Do you see your dentist patrolling the parking lot at their office? How about your banker standing outside directing traffic? Leadership programs and district procedures do not address all the situations that a principal will encounter […]Read More