The Eldering Imagination

By Kieran Egan (Emeritus Professor, Simon Fraser University) Much, maybe most, of what one reads about imagination focuses on children, and on how we may help stimulate and develop their imaginations. We may also read a lot about how adult imaginations are crucial to creative work and to the general cognitive benefit of the mature person. […]

Imagine Inclusion

By Charles Scott (Adjunct Professor of Education at Simon Fraser University and an Associate Professor of Education at City University in Canada) Imagine, if you will, imagination as the doorway to inclusion, to not only the recognition but the celebration of diversity, and then to a willingness to create and foster equity. Let us begin […]

What is a Story?

By Ava Aldrich (Public Relations Student, University of Massachusetts Amherst) When initially faced with the question “What is a story?”, I was incredibly tempted to shoot for a technical approach, and it’s really no secret as to why. After all, I’ve spent the better part of my academic career being lectured on the logistics of stories, […]