Further Reflections of LiD in a K-3 classroom: Arts based LiD inquiry

By Cecily Heras (MEd student & CIRCE Academic Council member) It has been a good first two terms so far with LiD in the K-3 classroom.  To varying degrees, each of the students has engaged in their topic. They have each asked good questions and have openly shared their growing expertise with myself and others.  […]

LiD Reflections in a K-3 Classroom

By Cecily Heras (MEd student & CIRCE Academic Council member) Over the winter holidays, I found myself reflecting upon the first term with LiD in the classroom. Yes, progress has at times felt slow; I am working with five to eight year olds, some of whom needed to begin their explorations with first learning how to […]

In Praise of Idle Time: Taking LiD Outdoors

By Michael D. Datura Michael is a teacher on the unceded territories of the Salish peoples, a doctoral candidate, and occasionally a poet. He’s a member of the Academic Council for CIRCE and teaches graduate-level teachers on an Imaginative Education approach to learning. He also likes long walks in the forest. After all, while this […]