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 […]
The Heroic Classroom – Enchantment
The Heroic Classroom – Enchantment By Christa Smith (formally Rawlings) (MEd in IE; Grade 6/7 Teacher, Learning in Depth Teacher) Welcome back to: The Heroic Classroom. Over the course of the school year I have been on the hunt for two things: 1. Reflections on my lessons and how various heroic qualities present themselves. 2. Observations of […]
Free Webinar Series: Cultivating Imagination in Leadership
We are pleased to announce a FREE webinar series that has been developed with support of the Centre for Imagination in Research, Culture and Education (CIRCE), the Centre for the Study of Educational Leadership and Policy (CSELP) and imaginED. This webinar series uncovers the multifaceted ways in which imagination contributes to effective leadership and how […]
Escape Rooms: The Next Big Thing in Education?
By David Evans (freelance writer covering topics on interactive games, activities, and entertainment) Since their introduction in the US in 2010, escape rooms have exploded in popularity. It’s no wonder people love them. They’re a great bonding experience for families and coworkers alike, and can turn your imagination to reality like no other. After all, […]