The Varied & Vital Role Of Imagination
Imaginative Educators from all over the globe have enthusiastically shared the way they see imagination growing and continuing to play a huge role in lives of their Higher Education students. Below you will find a variety of posts covering the imaginative practices members of the CIRCE community have found thrive in a Higher Education environment. Explore these posts and see the way Imaginative Education can enrich your own Higher Education teaching!
- Imagination in the Digital Age: Reconceptualizing the way we use technology to imbue our classrooms with imagination.
- Importance of Play in Higher Education: Why play is just as vital for Higher Ed students as Elementary Students.
- Art, Science & Imagination: How to effectively incorporate the disciplines of Art and Science to create a cohesive learning environment.
- Tools of Imagination in Higher Education: Examples of how the Cognitive Tools of Imagination are effective in Higher Ed.
- Engineering: The process of imagination in Engineering.
- Walking Curriculum: A series of posts encouraging educators to utilize the outdoor classroom.
How can we engage minds online? IE has the tools (By Brandon Hendrickson)
Higher Education in a Digital Age: Imagination Matters (By Gillian Judson)
Re-Imagining OnLine Teaching And Learning: A Cognitive Tools Approach (By Matthew Kruger-Ross)
Let Us Play In Higher Education: Playful Learning '18 (By Rebecca Thomas)
Play Matters: Play-Full Teaching In Higher Education (By Gillian Judson)
Playing In The Fields Of Mars (By Jailson Lima)
STEAM: Learning Science With Art, Imagination and Creativity (By Jailson Lima)
Incorporating Art Into The Science Curriculum (By Jailson Lima)
Unleashing The Imagination In The Natural Sciences With The Visual Arts (By Jailson Lima)
An Imaginative Collaborative Summative (By Christine Younghusband)
How To Engage Our Imaginations As Educators (By Carolina Lopez)
Engaging Imagination In Higher Education: Use These Tools With Adult Learners (By Gillian Judson)
Getting Outside In Higher Education: Walking Curriculum (Part I) (By Gillian Judson)
Getting Outside In Higher Education: Walking Curriculum (Part II) (By Gillian Judson)