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Entries by Chloe Lum
We are thrilled to be hosting another 30-day Walking Curriculum challenge! Starting May 3, 2021, educators around the globe (preK through high school) will be taking learning outside for part of the day—rain or shine—for 30 days. With The Walking Curriculum: Evoking Wonder And Developing A Sense of Place as a resource and guide for outdoor […]
This resource encapsulates the full experience of the ISSS. … I could see myself using this resource as a springboard in future staff meetings to get our imaginations and visions going for continued progress. I feel this is a good resource to spark conversations to continue working with the Core Competencies, Reconciliation, etc. ~ School […]
E-Bulletin Contents Welcome Message (from Dr. Mark Fettes, Scientific Director, CIRCE) Upcoming Events A few of CIRCE’s Events & Adventures (October 2020 – February 2021) CIRCE’s Academic Council CIRCE International (October 2020 – February 2021) Learning in Depth Learn More & Participate Support CIRCE Welcome Message from Dr. Mark Fettes, Scientific Director, CIRCE So here […]
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 […]
Learn about CIRCE’s events and adventures since February 2020 and see what events are upcoming. There are many ways to learn and participate with CIRCE–please join our community of imagination accomplices! To read the newest Ebulletin click here. Ebulletin Contents Welcome Message (from Dr. Mark Fettes, Executive Director, CIRCE) Upcoming Events A few of CIRCE’s […]
Submit your 250-word proposal today! (Deadline November 30. 2020) We invite imagination, leadership, and social justice scholars at various stages of their careers and from all parts of the world to submit case studies, empirical studies, and conceptual scholarship representing diverse and interdisciplinary cultural perspectives. We seek empirical and conceptual research that points to the […]
Our schools are FULL of leaders. Share YOUR story of how imagination has fuelled your leadership practices! And SHARE this invitation! Call for stories HERE on imaginED.
Advocates for imagination in education often find themselves justifying why it is important for all learners. Because imagination is so often misunderstood, people simply do not understand its impact and value. We decided to ask our community of imagination accomplices to explain the why of imagination. With posts from over 90 writers (so far) reflecting differing backgrounds, interests, […]