Imaginative Education: Teaching That Connects the Head and the Heart

This article was written for a graduate seminar and shaped as a fictional magazine interview. By Jennie Allester Harvey (SFU MEd student in Imaginative Education and elementary school teacher in North Vancouver, B.C.) Imagine Magazine interviewed MEd candidate and North Vancouver teacher Jennie Allester Harvey about her experience with Imaginative Education. Hi Jennie, nice to meet […]

An Epidemic of Imagination

By Gillian Judson The goal for any healthy organization is to create epidemics of imagination. (Liu, E. & Noppe-Brandon, S., 2009, pp. 207-208) In Imagination First: Unlocking the Power of Possibility (2009) Eric Liu and Scott Brandon (formerly Noppe-Brandon) consider what it would take to establish imagination as a norm in a community. They suggest […]

Making Remembrance Meaningful and Memorable: An Imaginative Endeavour

By Jasmin Ring (MEd in Imaginative Education, Secondary School Educator) It’s 10:30 AM on November 11th and the sounds of hundreds of shuffling feet echo through the school. You file into the gym, pausing to take a poppy. You scan the crowd eagerly looking for your friends and you all rush to sit together on […]