The imagination plays a central role in all education.

In the field of education, CIRCE supports deeper understanding of how to engage imagination in learning and teaching through developing the Imaginative Education approach (for PreK through Post-secondary teaching), but also in other contexts such as Ecological & Place-Based Approaches to education, Imaginative Educational LeadershipMuseum Education, and STEAM learning (K-post secondary).

NOTE: CIRCE will grow and change with the interests of its community members. What additional areas of PRACTICE will we develop with you? Community engagement? Urban design? Online learning?  Assessment and evaluation?

Tell us about what features of imagination you want to investigate and develop with CIRCE.

Developing Minds Conference: Feb 14 2020 VANCOUVER

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Hear from Dr. Kieran Egan and a panel of CIRCE educators at the…

Imaginative Schools Network Symposium Series Begins

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On Saturday, October 19, we kicked off the first session of the…

Imagination Matters (Ebulletin Sept 2019)

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Learn about CIRCE's events and adventures since February 2019…

Imagination Champions Professional Learning Series (2019-2020)

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Are YOU an Imagination Champion? Thanks to our recent sponsorship…

New Walking Curriculum Challenge

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The countdown for our second 30-day Walking Curriculum Challenge…

Think of the Possible: Webinar on IE in Museums

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Jane Cockcroft from the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford did a webinar…

Imaginative Workplace Research: What's that?

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Does your workplace encourage imagination? Tell us about it! Got…

New Addition to the CIRCE Administration Team

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We are pleased to welcome Chloë Lum to the CIRCE administrative…