Cultivating Imagination in Leadership

By Meaghan Dougherty and Gillian Judson Our educational ecosystem is increasingly complex.  In North America, we are engaged in educational environments marked by vast disparities in funding and resources coupled with the ever-increasing physical, emotional, social, and academic needs of students.  We are responsible for caring for students, for keeping them safe, in a context […]

Walking with Bozley: Imagining Possibilities in Perceptions of the More-than-Human

by Victor Elderton, instructor and PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University Note: This blog is an extension of the Episode 10 Cultivating Imagination podcast.   For as long as I can remember there have been four-legged companions I have shared existence with. With all of them I have been immersed in experiences through walks along […]

Preparing Leaders for Justice with Imagination

Soraya Sablo Sutton, UC Berkeley School of Education and Woo Williams Zou, UC Berkeley School of Education and National Equity Project Note: This blog is an extension of the Episode 9 Cultivating Imagination podcast.   “I often feel I am trapped inside someone else’s imagination, and I must engage my own imagination in order to […]