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 […]

Imaginative Leadership in Teacher Education

by Cari Zall, Clinical Assistant Professor, Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education & Counseling, Secondary MAT Program Note: This blog is in response to Episode 3 of the Cultivating Imagination podcast.   As a novice teacher 20 years ago, I entered my high school classroom with the intention and hope of guiding young minds […]

Register for Virtual Roundtable on Imagination for Social and Eco-Justice

Dear imaginative leaders, educators, and scholars! We are bringing together all co-conspirators who enact imagination for social and eco-justice to determine what we can make possible together. This FREE virtual roundtable event is open to all leaders, scholars, and activists who are interested in the vitality of imagination in pursuing justice. Together, we will determine […]

Permagogy – Cultivating Collective Imagination in Eco-Social Justice Community Building

by Petra Mikulan, Faculty of Education at The University of British Columbia   Recently, I listened to a podcast featuring two remarkable educators discussing eco-social justice, imagination, collectivity, land-based pedagogies, and the storytelling of the earth. In EP 10 Hope is in The Collective: On Leading Within Community For Eco- Social Justice, Yi Chien Jade […]