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Gillian Judson, PhD Oct 19
Amazing resources based on Imaginative Education practices
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David Hennel Feb 7
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thomas w schaller May 1
Time - "The real world is much smaller than the imagined" Friedrich Nietzsche
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Scott Pruett Dec 2
for your nose your taste and your eyes. are the most things you’ve ever pruettvineyard
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Jonathan Sclater Aug 17
Amazing re-imagine!! Well done
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Carissa Duran Jan 18
Good morning! Carissa Duran from Escondido. I'm a little obsessed with knowing so new perspectives and carefully crafted questions ignite my curiosity. Just woke up here in CA so I'm going to slowly catch up to you all!
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Ms. Deb Hake Jan 11
Getting Crazy with in the house discussing Curiosity and Imagination next Sat. 18/20 10 a.m. ET
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Gillian Judson, PhD Oct 15
Calling leadership, imagination, social justice scholars! Official CALL FOR CHAPTERS now out on . Seeking research on imagination in educational leadership: Deadline: Nov 30, 2020
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CrazyPLN Jan 18
Q4: In what ways can Curiosity- and imagination- focused teaching EMPOWER student?
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Laura Brower💫 Jan 18
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DEXTER LEWIS May 1
'Never in a million years' ; would I have , that I'd geek about something 'like this' !!!
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Nina Pak Lui Sep 25
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Rita Wirtz Jan 14
How kind and gracious of you. An admirer. Imagination and creativity, bravo to you for your work, and extraordinary humility.
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David Hennel Jan 17
I am crazy excited, about the twitter chat tomorrow!! Sat 1/18/20 at 10am EST with & ! Lets talk curiosity and imagination! @heARTISTatWORK
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Kirsten Sneath Jan 24
My take on this week's prompt. Missing my little hummingbird having his wash!
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Julika Brand Aug 1
what has long known: one doesn’t need memories – an past works too...➡️
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Kelsey Keller (she/her) Mar 3
- the ‘life blood’ of learning. Story has always been an essential part of my pedagogy, I just didn’t know WHY it was so powerful until this degree. Imagination and story are not ‘frills’ they are the foundation. Where does story live in your practice?
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Shanelle Dec 13
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Bryn Williams May 10
I so miss our connections and seeing in my calendar that Saturday we were going to 'meet', made me sad..... but glad we are continuing our connections.
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Chiyana Simões 😷 Aug 2
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