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Books:

Published

K. Egan. 2005. An imaginative approach to teaching. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
K. Egan. 2006. Teaching literacy: Engaging the imaginations of new readers and writers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
S. Popenici (editor and co-author), Motivatia invatarii si reusita sociala. (Motivation for learning and social success, coordinator and co-author), Institute for Educational Sciences Romania, Bucharest, 2005

In press

M. Stout, K. Takaya, & K. Egan. Teaching and learning outside the box: Inspiring imagination across the curriculum. In press with Teachers College Press and The Althouse Press. (March/April 2007).
K. Egan. How to educate people, including a history of education, 2010 to 2060. Submitted to Yale University Press. (Sept. 2007).

Articles:

Published

M. Fettes. Imaginative transformation in teacher education. Teacher Education, March 2005.
N. Gajdamaschko & K. Egan. “Some cognitive tools of literacy.” In (eds.) Alex Kozulin, Boris Gindis, Vladimir S. Ageyev, and Suzanne M. Miller, Vygotsky’s educational theory in context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
N. Gajdamaschnko. Vygotsky on imagination: Why an understanding of imagination is an important issue for schoolteachers. Teaching Education. March 2005.
Y. Hadzigeorgiu. Romantic understanding and science education. Teaching Education. March, 2005.
M. Hilder. Teaching literature as an ethics of care. Teaching Education. March 2005.
G. Madoc-Jones. Language, discourse and teaching the language arts: The development of imaginative self-understanding. Teaching Education. March 2005.
C. Manna & G. Minichiello. Imagination without images. Teaching Education. March 2005.
S. Popenici. Teaching responsible citizenship through imaginative narrative mythological structure. Teaching Education. March 2005.
S. Popenici. View of Nature in Romania. Published in Nature-views 40 countries in the World. Youth Friendship Association Japan, Institute of Field Culture Research, Tokyo, 2005
K. Takaya. Why do schools fail?  Dewey on Imagination. Contemporary Pragmatism. June 2006.
K. Takaya. Dewey vs.  Niebuhr on Social and Moral Imagination.” Journal of Educational Thought. Forthcoming.
K. Takaya. Jerome Bruner’s Theory of Education: from Early Bruner to Later Bruner. Interchange. December 2006).
D. Trotman. Looking for sparks: A phenomenological study of educational practice and the imaginative lifeworld in primary schools. Teaching Education. March 2005.
O. Tyers. Introduction by Frank Baumann. Engaging emotions, imaginations and intellects.Adminfo. Oct. 2006.

Submitted

N. Gajdamaschko & G. Madoc-Jones. Searching for theoretical incompatibilities in teachers self-understandings of educational practice. Journal of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity.
N. Gajdamaschko & Michael Cole. Vygotsky and culture. The Cambridge Companion to Vygotsky. Cambridge University Press.
N. Gajdamaschko. Vygotsky on the development of imagination. Educational Perspectives.
A. Chodakowski & K. Egan. The bodys role in our intellectual education. Submitted to Harvard Educational Review.
G. Judson & K. Egan. The imaginations toolkit for social studies teaching.Submitted to The Social Studies.
G. Alexander, I. Eaton, & K. Egan. Cracking the code of electronic games: some lessons for educators.Submitted to Teachers College Record.
R. McKellar & K. Egan. The interface between the arts and the sciences.Submitted to The American Journal of Education.

In preparation

S. Blenkinsop and G. Judson (2006) Enriching Ecological Understanding:  The Bodys Role.

Curriculum materials:

T. Calder. The Halifax explosion of 1917. The power to choose and the Lorax.
A. Chodakowski. The Crocodile: The Ultimate Survivor.Owls: Superheroes of the Sky.Properties of the Air. Totally Teachable Units.
A. Chodakowski and M. Fettes. The Bounty of the Air.Transformation of the Butterfly. The Power of Heat.Delightful Homonyms. Characterful Homonyms. Ingenious Place Value. A Path to Freedom: The Underground Railroad. The Amazing Life Cycle of the Eel. Titanic Triangles: Measuring the Earth. Cedar, the Munificent Monarch. Courage in Democratic Government. Resiliency after the Halifax Explosion.
D. Egan. Infinity. Simple harmonic motion. Differential calculus. Complex numbers. Newtons laws.
K. Egan. Properties of the air. Heat. Butterfly transformations. Place value/Decimalization. Distinguishing homophones: There, Their, and Theyre.The oddity of homonyms. The ingenious invention of the comma. Measuring the earth from a shadow. The amazing life-cycle of the eel. Revolutions.
J. Freed-Garrod. Musical instrumentsXDynamics.
S. Garrod. The underground railroad.
J. Gelowitz. The gold rush.

Journal special issues:

Published

G. Madoc-Jones & K. Egan. Special issue on imaginative education. Teaching Education, March 2005.

G. Madoc-Jones. Special issue on imaginative education. Educational Perspectives. Feb. 2007.

Guides:

Published

IERG. A Guide to Imaginative Education. Published by IERG. 2004.
O. Tyers. A brief guide to imaginative education. Published by IERG. Oct. 2006.

In preparation

G. Judson.  A guide to imaginative intermediate/secondary social studies teaching.
K. Egan. A guide to imaginative elementary science teaching.

Pamphlets:

T. Martin. The imaginative education research group.

CD-ROMs:

G. Judson, O. Tyers, & K.Egan. Supplement to Teaching literacy. Distributes by IERG, Currently being considered by Corwin Press.
I. Eaton/T. Martin. IERG conference proceedings, 2003.
T. Martin. IERG conference proceedings, 2004.
T. Martin. IERG conference proceedings, 2005.
T. Martin. IERG conference proceedings, 2006 Xin preparation.

Conference and other presentations:

Baumann, Frank, Chodakowski, Anne & Judson, Gillian (2006, February). Imaginative Education. Workshop presented at the Annual Conference of the Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching. Vancouver, B.C.

Chodakowski, Anne (2006, July). The Characters of the Curriculum. Workshop presented at the 4th International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, B. C.

Chodakowski, Anne (2005, July). The Heart of the Matter: The Role of the Imagination in Critical Thinking. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, B. C.

Chodakowski, Anne, Crowley, Susan & Fettes, Mark (2006, February). Inclusive Teaching Through Imagination: Pathways of Teacher Development. Paper Presented at the International Conference on Teacher Development. Vancouver, B.C.

Chodakowski, Anne, Crowley, Susan, Fettes, Mark & Pulley, Leslie (2006, February). Teachers Engagement with Imaginative Education in Culturally Diverse Classrooms. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching. Vancouver, B.C.

Chodakowski, Anne, Egan, Kieran, Fettes, Mark, Gajdamaschko, Natalia, Judson, Gillian & Madoc-Jones, Geoffrey (2006, April). Imaginative and Emotional Engagement in Learning. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association. San Francisco, CA.

Chodakowski, Anne, Egan, Kieran, Gajdamaschko, Natalia, Madoc-Jones, Geoffrey & Stewart, Kym (2006, January). The Centrality of Imagination in Teaching and Learning. Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.

M. Fettes. “Indigenizing Schools in the 21 st Century”. President’s Faculty
Lecture, SFU. Dec. 8, 2004

M. Fettes. LUCID presentation. Visit by Tom Christensen, Minister of Education.
SFU. Feb.  28, 2005.

M. Fettes. LUCID presentation.  Visit by Philip Steenkamp, Deputy Minister of
Advanced Education. SFU. May 6, 2005.

G. Judson. Workshop on Imaginative Education for Museums, New York, Bank Street College of Education.

Courseware/ On-line courses:

I. Eaton, K. Egan, N. Gajdamashcko. Innovative approaches to teaching literacy. Offered twice at S.F.U.
K. Egan. EDUC 823
S. Blenkinsop. EDUC 816

Program development:

M.Ed. programs in Imaginative Education and associated materials.
1. Taught in Richmond, 2004/2005.
2. Taught in Surrey, 2005/2006

Newsletters:

1. I. Eaton. 2002. Published by IERG.
2. I. Eaton. 2003 Published by IERG.
3. T. Martin & I. Eaton. 2005. Published by IERG.
4. C. Broom. 2006.

Childrens Books:

T. Calder. Mita and the Ograk.
T. Calder. Caterpillars Colour Quest.
T. Calder. The Power to Choose and the Lorax.

Other:

C. Broom. Imaginative education research symposium proceedings. IERG; Simon Fraser University.

Presentations:

M. Fettes. “Indigenizing Schools in the 21 st Century”. President’s Faculty
Lecture, SFU. Dec. 8, 2004

M. Fettes. LUCID presentation. Visit by Tom Christensen, Minister of Education.
SFU. Feb.  28, 2005.

M. Fettes. LUCID presentation.  Visit by Philip Steenkamp, Deputy Minister of Advanced Education. SFU. May 6, 2005

Conference presentations:

M.  Fettes.  Imaginative Engagement in Culturally Diverse Classrooms Changing Teacher Thinking and Practice within a Community-University\Research Alliance.  ” Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education Panel session. May 2005.

K. Stewart . Combating Sedentary Lifestyles through Imaginative Media Education.  ” Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education Panel session. May 2005.

R.J. McKellar. Another Kind of Story Using the Techniques of Imaginative Education to Develop Literacy in the Elementary School Classroom.  “Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education Panel session. May 2005.

M. Fettes. Keynote address “Inclusion through Imagination: The LUCID Project”.
3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. July 2005.

Panel sessions conference

B. Point, J. Edgcombe, & I. Herrin “Imaginative Teaching in Culturally
Diverse Classrooms V Chilliwack. 3rd International Conference on
Imagination and Education. Vancouver, BC. July 2005.

V.  Hutchingson, C. Kestle, L. Puley, D. Rhindress, S. Shields, F. Lockyer, & V.
Ives “Imaginative Teaching in Culturally Diverse Classrooms V Haida
Gwaii.  3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, BC. July 2005.

S. Crowley, D. Leighton-Stephens, A. Bellis, M. Bryant, P. Hasell, & C. Pudsey.
“Imaginative Teaching in Culturally Diverse Classrooms – Prince Rupert”. 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, BC. July 2005.

Individual Papers
A. Harris. “Potent Recreation: A Cooperative Inquiry into Relationships Among.
Imaginative Education, Teacher Flourishing, and Cultural Inclusion”
3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, BC. July 2005.

D. Courage. “Inclusive imaginative education: Exploring how imaginative
education can benefit struggling learners”. 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, BC.  July 2005.

R. McKellar. “Literacy and the Imagination”. 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Education. Vancouver, BC. July 2005.

R. J. McKellar, CCARE. November 2005.

K. Stewart, CCARE. November 2005.

D. Courage CCARE. November 2005.

M.  Fettes CCARE. November 2005.
K.  Stewart. Hawaii International Education Conference. January 2006.
M. Fettes, A. Chodakowski & S. Crowley.  WestCAST. February 2006.
M.  Fettes & A. Chodakowski: International Conference on Teacher Development. February 2006.

Published Conference proceedings

M. Fettes. “Imaginative engagement in culturally diverse classrooms: Changing
teacher thinking and practice within a Community-University Research Alliance.”  In V. Stead (Ed.), International Education Dynamics – Their Influence and Dynamics within the Canadian Academy. Toronto: Canadian Society for Studies in Education.  2005.

M. Fettes.  “Imagination, Community, Possibility: Transforming Classrooms
within a Community-University Research Alliance.” Paper presented at One Vision – Many Voices: Cross-Cultural & Anti-Racism Education Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton. November 17-19/2005.

R. J. McKellar. “Another Kind of Story: Using the Techniques of Imaginative
Education to Develop Literacy in the Elementary School Classroom.”
In V. Stead (Ed.), International Education Dynamics – Their Influence and Dynamics within the Canadian Academy. Toronto: Canadian Society for Studies in Education.  2005.

R. J. McKellar. “The art of the storyteller: Liberating literacy through
imagination.” . Paper presented at One Vision – Many Voices: Cross-Cultural & Anti-Racism Education Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton. November 17-19/2005.

K. Stewart.  “Combating Sedentary Lifestyles through Imaginative Media
Education.” In V. Stead (Ed.), International Education Dynamics – Their Influence and Dynamics within the Canadian Academy. Toronto: Canadian Society for Studies in Education. 2005.

K. Stewart. “Combating stereotypes through imaginative media education.”
Paper presented at One Vision – Many Voices: Cross-Cultural & Anti-Racism Education Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton. November 17-19/2005.