Comments March news 2014

Meet some of our IERG members

The IERG contains thousands of members around the world who are involved in many different dimensions of education.  We have administrators of schools and school districts, teachers of children in pre-school through secondary school, teachers in alternative school settings, professors and researchers in colleges and universities, undergraduate and graduate students, parents, and book publishers—who have I forgotten?

In this edition of the IERG News we hope to create some discussion among our members in relation to a topic of shared interest. The question we are posing is this:

How can imagination address a challenge or problem you experience in your educational work?  

You can read here the responses from IERG members living around the planet.  We invite you to engage in dialogue with them by leaving a reply.

IERG News January 2014

IERG News is full of information 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 of Imaginative Education.

ierg news january 2014