Imagination for Inclusion in a Pandemic

By Golda Janzen (Langley School District #35 Administrator) As an elementary school administrator, I recognize that the inclusion of all students is not merely saying “You belong” to a student, but finding ways that support this precise statement on a daily basis. Inclusion in our schools requires encouraging collaborative imagination to make sure everyone feels […]

Imaginative Leadership: Building Shelves

By Jonathan Sclater (Principal, MEd in Imaginative Education, @jonathansclater) I think school leadership can be described as constructing a shelving unit. There are different stages we move through, and it’s both an exciting but demanding process from beginning to end which requires imagination. 1. Orienting: Begin by taking everything out of the box and laying […]