Imagination Matters
from The Centre for Imagination in Research, Culture and Education
A multi-week series highlighting the work of Gillian Judson (@perfinker) and the Imaginative Education Research Group from Simon Fraser University, BC.

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Imaginative Assessment and Evaluation

In this final episode of our Imagination Matters Series, members of the Imaginative Education Research Group at SFU (@IERG_SFU) discuss the power that the cognitive tools of Imaginative Education hold for meaingful assessment and evaluation.

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Imaginative Ecological Education

In this episode, Gillian Judson (@perfinker) gathers educators who have learned to use the cognitive tools of IE to ground their approach to Ecological Education (IEE)

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Learning in Depth – Student Edition

A special Imagination Matters broadcast feature students and teachers St. Michael School and K.B Woodward school in British Columbia who are involved in the Learning in Depth program.

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Learning in Depth

Gillian Judson (@perfinker) and members of the Imaginative Education Research Group from Simon Fraser University are back with a very simple, yet very powerful construct that encourages Learning in Depth.

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he Tools of Philosophic and Ironic Understanding

In this episode of Imagination Matters, Gilian Judson (@perfinker) is joined by members of the Imaginative Education Research Group (@IERF_SFU) to talk about the cognitive tools that support philosophic and ironic understanding.

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From Mythic to Romantic Understanding

In this third episode of Imagination Matters, Gillian Judson (@perfinker) and a team of educators talk about their experiences and insights as they integrative Imaginative Education into their elementary classrooms.

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Imaginative Engagement in Primary Classrooms

In this episode, Gillian Judson (@perfinker) and members of the Imaginative Education Research Group explore the use of Somatic and Mythic cognitive tools in the Primary Classroom (K-2).

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Setting Sail on the Waters of Imaginative Education

Gillian Judson and the Imaginative Education Research Group (SFU) gather for an exploration of imagination and the cognitive tools that can help us bring imagination to life and learning in our classrooms and communities. Tonight’s participants:…

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Stephen Hurley

Chief Catalyst voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer. As the founder and chief catalyst at voicEd Radio, Hurley is passionate about nurturing stronger relationships between education research, practice and policy.