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Imagination Projects Imagination blogs Welcome to the IMAGINATION Faculty Prof Hope is in the Imagination Faculty alongside Prof Song and Prof Dream,. Prof Dream has gathered with Professor Galactic driven in partnership with Learning Planet to look at 1001 Dreams. There is a team of partners – UNCx5 that are... Read More

Patterns thinking! Patterns thinking! Choo Choo!

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Re-patterning your thinking is an uncomfortable practice and I believe being uncomfortable is an indicator that something different will happen. We know we can’t solve the problems of today with the same level of thinking that got us here so we need some different types of thinking and that happens... Read More

2022 IMAGI-NATION{University} Launch

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Jane Goodall helps launch IMAGI-NATION {University) for 2022 “So many problems to solve today, we’re in a mess. And so often people just take one aspect and yes they’ve solved it, they can do this but then again and again, and again, solving that problem leads to another problem. So you... Read More

IMAGI-NATION{Labs} Launch 2022

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From Australia to the US to Mexico to The Philippines Come spend some time with: Caleb – a high school student from the Philippines who wants to be a part of something to help the world be a better place. Alejandra – who has been passionate about and practicing rhythmic gymnastics since she was... Read More

Joining forces to transform Texas

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Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) College of Education students, including members of the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE), will join in AIME’s latest initiative to transform the face of education called IMAGI-NATION {University}, which represents a globally diverse network of change-organizers, representing stakeholders from across education, employment and civil... Read More

IMAGI-NATION {University} – The Australian

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It was my first day of university when someone mentioned that just about everyone in the room we were sitting in got over a 99 in their ATAR. 99? Yikes. I got a 87.6 and was in that room because of an Indigenous leadership scholarship. I felt dumb. More accurately,... Read More