We are pleased to announce that Kiyotaka Miyazaki will be a Visiting Professor with the IERG from mid-May to mid-July, 2015. He is professor, of educational psychology, in the faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University. For a number of years he has been an associate of the IERG, and has given memorable presentations at a […]
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Entries by Joeri
Engaging The Body and Developing A Sense of Place Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015 Would you like some practical strategies for imaginatively engaging your students in their learning? Would you like to know how to engage the body in ways that can support learning and also contribute to ecological understanding? Do you want ideas for getting […]
Welcome to our latest newsletter, the 3rd this year. IERG News & Updates is our way to keep you informed about some IERG activities worldwide. You will find examples of Imaginative Education in action, interviews with practitioners, as well as short pieces describing our different programs, publications, and events. We always look forward to your […]
News & Updates – March 2015 IERG News & Updates is our way to keep you informed about activities of the IERG, examples of Imaginative Education in action, interviews with practitioners, as well as short pieces giving in-depth insights into various aspects and programs of the Imaginative Education Research Group. We welcome your feedback, and […]
Engaging imagination in ecological education: Practical strategies for teaching K-12. Monday April 27th, 2015 This interactive, ecologically-oriented workshop will provide participants with background knowledge and practical strategies for teaching K-12 that will both engage students’ imaginations in learning cross-curricular content and support the development of their ecological understanding. The registration fee offers participants a 3-hour […]
The second ‘What LiDKids Say!’ video. LiDKids share their feelings and thoughts on their LiD topic. Visit the Learning in Depth website to take a look. Enjoy!
Science & Education journal has recently published a book review of Wonder-full Education: The Centrality of Wonder in Teaching and Learning Across the Curriculum, edited by Kieran Egan, Annabella Cant and Gillian Judson. Click here to view/download review. Review by: D. Koliopoulos (&) Department of Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education, University of Patras, Patras, […]
News & Updates – November 2014 IERG News & Updates is our way to keep you informed about activities of the IERG, examples of Imaginative Education in action, interviews with practitioners, as well as short pieces giving in-depth insights into various aspects and programs of the Imaginative Education Research Group. We welcome your feedback, and […]
20 educators visited the IERG from Taiwan in October. The IERG has been involved with the Taiwanese project Program of Futures Imagination and Creativity in Education, which is funded by the Taiwanese Ministry of Education. The program is headed by Dr. I-heng Chen, Director of the Asia Pacific Human Resources Management (HRM) Research Center. Our […]
Philosophical Perspectives By: Roland M. Schulz Scottsdale, AZ: Information Age Publishing, 2014. This book presents a “philosophy of science education” as a research field as well as its value for curriculum, instruction and teacher pedagogy. It seeks to re-think science education as an educational endeavour by examining why past reform efforts have been only partially […]