Month: November 2020

CIRCE Imaginative Educational Leadership (IEL)

Leading With An Imaginative Mindset Through A Pandemic: Being Curious

By Jonathan Sclater (Principal, MEd in Imaginative Education, @jonathansclater) Welcome back to my 4-part series imaginative series on Imaginative Leadership, this is part 4 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

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

M-Kuwetem-kt – “We Walk”

Have you read a book that changed you, challenged you or surprised you?  This is a question that the British Columbia Principals’ and Vice Principals’ Association (@BCPVPA) asks its members in Principl(ed) Magazine.  Holly Zurak, Vice-Principal at École Nesika Elementary in Williams Lake, Cariboo-Chilcotin (SD27), chose to write about the Walking Curriculum. In this post, […]Read More

Walking Curriculum

Hear From Teachers: Walking Curriculum Stories

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). As a classroom teacher, I began using the Walking Curriculum as an integral component of my Kindergarten program […]Read More

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

Three Cheers for The Walking Curriculum!

The Walking Curriculum has just been named one of the world’s most inspiring innovations in K12 education.  The global education ecosystem has seen remarkable disruption in education this year. We have also seen an encouraging willingness among educators, parents, and students to embrace new ways of teaching and learning. During this pivotal moment in the […]Read More

CIRCE Imaginative Educational Leadership (IEL)

Leading With An Imaginative Mindset Through A Pandemic: Being Hopeful

By Jonathan Sclater (Principal, MEd in Imaginative Education, @jonathansclater) Welcome back to my 4-part series imaginative series on Imaginative Leadership, this is part 3 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