Spotlight on the Somatic #3: Zoom

By Karen M Effa (Educator, MEd in IE; IE mentor) “We live on the leash of our senses. There is no way in which to understand the   world without first detecting it through the radar-net of our senses.” -Diane Ackerman It’s January 2021, and I am hunkered down at home amidst the ongoing covid-19 […]

Wrapping Yourself in Wonder: Making Space for Wonder is the Self-Care You Have Been Seeking

By Jessica Elkin Jessica A. Elkin, B.Ed, Master’s Student in Imaginative Education at SFU, Teacher-Librarian with the Delta School District who loves stories, getting messy, and having fun.  I come from a long line of makers. My grandmother was a rug hooker who hand-dyed and cut her wool, my mother is a prolific quilter, and I have […]

An Imaginative Approach to Teaching Identity

By Megan Sandham Megan Sandham is a Grade 3 teacher in Delta, BC and a graduate student in Imaginative Education. You can check out @grays3rdgraders on Twitter to follow her students’ adventures.  “How many kids do you think are living on Earth, right now?” I asked the 19 faces staring at me. A bunch of eager hands shot up, […]