Cultivating Imagination
In Cultivating Imagination: Leading Toward a Just Future, we seek to make sense of what we know of educational leadership and imagination AND create new potentials of what could be. We engage experts in imagination, leadership, and social and eco-justice in dialogue to determine imagination’s integral role in changing the future. We seek practical tools to cultivate imagination for both sense-making and sense-breaking, in education and our wider communities. To learn more and get involved visit our project website.

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EP 3: Knitting Together Serendipitous Connections: On Imagination and World Building with Ann Pendleton-Jullian and John Seely Brown

In this episode of Cultivating Imagination: Leading Toward a Just Future, Ann Pendleton-Jullian and John Seely Brown explore the depths of imagination for education and leadership. They examine how playing with ideas, listening generously (and…

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EP 2 Shared Spaces, Multiple Voices- Imagining Inclusive and Sustainable Educational Ecosystems with Sean Blenkinsop and Andy Hargreaves

Join hosts Gillian Judson and Stephen Hurley as they sit down with guest speakers Andy Hargreaves and Sean Blenkinsop to discuss imagination’s pivotal role in educational leadership and its impact on social and eco-justice. This episode dives into…

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EP 1 Fostering an Embodied Imagination in Leadership: Insights from Vidya Shah and Jacqueline Lawrence

In this episode, Stephen Hurley and Meaghan are in conversation with Dr. Vidya Shah, Assistant Professor Faculty of Education, York University and Jacqueline Lawrence, Equity Advisor for the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.

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EP 0 – Imaginative Leadership for a Just and Sustainable World with Gillian Judson and Meaghan Dougherty

In this opening podcast conversation, we delve deep into the fertile ground of imagination, and how it underpins our approach to social and ecological justice. Join Gillian Judson and Meaghan Dougherty, educators and authors, as they discuss their…

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