There are many ways you can learn more about CIRCE, about Imaginative Education, and about the work of the imaginative people that make up our community. The first step in staying connected is joining our email list–don’t miss out on events, resources, and inspiring stories. We are always seeking partnerships so if you feel like your work fits well with CIRCE’s vision please contact us. We also need sponsorships to fund this international operation so if you are interested in learning about how CIRCE can showcase your work as a sponsor, please reach out. If you are interested in pursuing graduate study in Imaginative Education we over a range of programs at Simon Fraser University as well.
Our Blog: imaginED
CIRCE is pleased to partner with imaginED to offer ongoing examples of imagination in action–in education and beyond. Be sure to subscribe for a weekly email on a Sunday with the week’s latest posts.
Our Podcast Series
CIRCE is pleased to partner with voicEd radio to offer you a monthly podcast series entitled Celebrating Imagination in Research Culture and Education that features members of our organization. We already have quite a few podcasts available through imaginED, but we will be launching a new series in the Fall of 2018.
Our Media Networks
Follow our CIRCE Facebook page. OR interact with others in one of closed Facebook groups (request to join). We have 3 active groups:
- The Imaginative Education Forum (Dedicated to talking about cognitive tools and teaching practices. Be sure to tell us where you heard about us!)
- Imaginative Ecological Education (Focus is on engaging imagination in Ecological and Place-BAsed education practices)
- Learning in Depth (For anyone practicing or wanting to learn more about the Learning In Depth program).
- CIRCE: Imagination in Museums and other Cultural Environments (For educators in museums or art galleries, cultural centres etc. who want to network and bring imagination centrally to their work.)
Follow CIRCE on TWITTER @CIRCE_SFU. Chat live with imaginative colleagues:
There are five chats planned for the 2019-2020 school year. Get all the information and follow @imaginEDnow to participate. Your co-moderators this year are Lindsay Zebrowski (@MrsZebrasZoo) and Gillian Judson (@perfinker).