Lines Start Stories

By Holly BF Warren Lines start stories that unfold as you step into experiences. As you put one foot in front of the other, as you hold a pen, a paintbrush, a stick in the sand, a thread of thoughts that stitch an idea to another, a movement or a drift of silence that composes […]

Family Stories: Re-envisioning the Possible in Classrooms

By Moraima Machado, Ed.D (Principal in San Lorenzo Unified School District) The goal of freedom is human creativity, the enhancement, and elaboration of life ~ (Nachmanovitch, 1990) When I was growing up in Venezuela, I often found myself on my mother’s bed or at our dining room table listening to stories. We didn’t have a […]

Imagination + People = Possibilities

By Tanya de Hoog (Principal and possibility explorer; MEd Imaginative K-12 Leadership) Before I started inquiring into the role of imagination in leadership, I used to think that imagination was a thing that belonged to a select group of gifted artists and thinkers. I did not count myself as one of them. Over time, I’ve […]