In collaboration with Creative Academic we facilitated an open discussion and developed a manifesto to advance thinking about imagination and creativity in learning and educational practices in higher education/post-secondary contexts. Download, read, share! Steps to a Manifesto for Imagination & Creativity in Higher Education (A) Encouraging Imagination & Creativity in Higher Education (B)
About Gillian Judson
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Entries by Gillian Judson
Playgrounds and schoolyards are underused resources for ecological learning. The Walking Curriculum challenge begins on April 3, 2019 (National Walking Day). K-12 educators around the globe are committed to taking student learning outside for part of the day–rain or snow or shine–for 30 days. With The Walking Curriculum: Evoking Wonder And Developing A Sense of […]
The Possible’s Slow Fuse The Possible’s Slow Fuse is a scholarly dialogue series organized by the Centre for Imagination in Research, Culture & Education (CIRCE) and the Research Hub of the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. Our 2019 series offers six stimulating discussions about the nature and role of imagination in research and education, facilitated […]
CIRCE’s events and adventures (Sept 2018-Feb 2019)
The CIRCE STEAM Magazine is now available! Learn how arts is infusing (and enriching) science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
On February 1, 2019 Dr. Gillian Judson hosted a webinar on Imaginative Education (IE) in the context of Museum Education. She briefly reviewed the nature of cognitive tools and introduced a project she completed for the Smithsonian SITES travelling exhibit on Romare Bearden’s A Black Odyssey. If you are interested in connecting with other museum educators and […]
Are you an educational leader who values imagination? Get involved with CIRCE! You’re Invited: Imaginative Leadership Learning Group (#ILLG) CIRCE is inviting educational leaders who value imagination to form an imagination-focused learning community. Our work will focus on the role of imagination in educational leadership–how to make space for it, how it contributes to what […]