Imagination Matters: CIRCE’s Events & Adventures (February 2020)

Ebulletin Contents Welcome Message (from Dr. Gillian Judson, Executive Director, CIRCE) Upcoming Events A few of CIRCE’s Events & Adventures (September 2019-February 2020) Hear from Recent MEd Imaginative Education Graduates CIRCE’s Academic Council CIRCE International (September 2019-February 2020) Learning in Depth Study With CIRCE: Graduate Programs at SFU Learn More & Participate Support CIRCE Welcome […]

Meaningful Acts of Reconciliation: Infusing Indigenous Perspectives in Outdoor Education and Inquiry

By: Michelle McKay Michelle McKay is a PhD student at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto) in Curriculum and Pedagogy and teaches full-day Kindergarten in Ontario (@MsMichelleMcKay). My exploration of infusing Indigenous perspectives in outdoor education and inquiry in Kindergarten was something that emerged from contemplating how to engage in meaningful […]

Imagination Matters: CIRCE’s Events & Adventures (September 2019)

Ebulletin Contents Welcome Message (from Dr. Gillian Judson, Executive Director, CIRCE) Upcoming Events Celebrations A few of CIRCE’s Events & Adventures (February 2019- September 2019) CIRCE International: (February 2019- September 2019) Learning In Depth Study With CIRCE: Graduate Programs at SFU Learn More & Participate Support CIRCE Welcome Message  Greetings imaginative colleagues! CIRCE is about […]

NEW 30-day Walking Curriculum Challenge

The countdown for our second 30-day Walking Curriculum Challenge starts NOW! On September 16, 2019 join educators (K-12) around the globe in the movement to take learning outdoors. Rain or snow or shine, educators are engaging the imaginations of their students through inquiry-focused walks and The Walking Curriculum: Evoking Wonder And Developing A Sense of Place as […]

Silent Walk: A Deep Listening Activity

By Charles Ames Fischer (Middle school teacher by day, author by night) One potential way to have students experience deep listening at school is to take them on a Silent Walk, or Listening Walk. This should not be treated as just a normal walk done silently and slowly. James Endredy, author of Earthwalks for Body […]