Professional Articles & Other Publications

Professional Articles

Judson, G. (March, 2024). Why leaders need imagination. Pedagogical Dialogue47.

Judson, G. (accepted, Summer 2023). Not just for kids: A Walking Curriculum for teacher professional learning. Green Teacher Magazine.

Judson, G. & Dougherty, M. (accepted, Spring 2023). It does matter: Unearthing the power of imagination. Principal Connections Magazine.

Judson, G. (2022). And so, we played. Creativity Matters2, pp. 62-71.

Judson, G. (2022). Imaginative Ecological Education: A simple guide to get you started. EdCan Network Magazine. Retrieved from:

Judson, G. & Datura, M. (2022). How can teachers imaginatively cultivate ecological understanding in learners? EdCan Network Fact Sheet series. Retrieved from:

Wood, J. & Judson, G. (2022). Walking forward: Learning from Place. Retrieved from:

Judson, G. (2021). Building inclusive school communities with cognitive tools. Principl(ed) MagazineBritish Columbia Principals and Vice Principals Association, 2(3), pp. 54-60.

Judson, G. (2021). Working with Place: Recommendations for developing imaginative ecological teaching practices. Green Teacher Magazine128

Guidance and Inspiration for Imaginative Schools: Final Report of the Imaginative Schools Sympoisum Series (2019-2020). Retrieved from: (Project facilitator, co-author)

Judson, G. (2020). A Walking Curriculum; Greening schools through outdoor inquiry and imagination. Education Canada, pp. 8-9. Retrieved from:

Judson, G. (2019). Cultivating Ecological Relationships Through Art and Place-Based, Imaginative, Educational Walks. BC Art Teachers’ Association Journal, Special Edition: Art & Ecology, 62(1).

Judson, G. (2019). First Steps to New Learning Opportunities: #getoutside with the Walking Curriculum. Transformative Educational Leadership Journal. UBC, Canada.

Judson, G. (2019). Take Them Walking: Imaginative Explorations for Young Children. Scoonews. ( Available:

Judson, G. (2018). Cultivating Ecological Understanding And Engagement With The World Through Imaginative Ecological Education (IEE). Lifewide Magazine: Learning To Sustain Ourselves And The World, 20, pp. 62-68. Available:

Judson, G. (2018). (Ed.) Creative Academic Magazine: Special Edition on Imaginative Education. Available:

Judson, G. (April 2018). Introduction. Creative Academic Magazine: Special Edition on Imaginative Education, pp. 3-7. Available:

Judson, G. (2017). Effective Educators Engage Imagination. UkEdchat Magazine, 41, p. 15.

Judson, G. (2017).  Five Imaginative Practices That Engage The Body In Learning. Creative Academic Magazine: (Role of The Body In Creative Processes And Practices), 8,pp.32-25. Retrieved from:

Judson, G. (2017). Imagination: Not Just A Hook. UkEdchat Magazine, 42, pp. 14-15.

Judson, G. (2014). Engaging emotions and imagination in learning: A cognitive tools approach. Canadian Teacher Magazine, May/June, 14–15.

Judson, G. (2014). Engaging emotions and imagination in learning: A cognitive tools approach. Canadian Teacher Magazine, April/May, 14–15.

Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2013). Engaging imagination in second language learning. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching. Special Issue: The role of imagination in language learning.

Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2013). Adapting to new forms of teaching in the “Learning in Depth” program. Praxis educative, XVII (1), 13–23. (Spanish Title: Adaptandose a nuevas formas de ensenanza dentro del programa “Aprendra en Profundidad”)

Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2013). Imagination, cognitive tools, and reluctant learners. Reflections (Journal of the Manitoba ASCD), 13, 20–29.

Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2013). The development of early understanding: we start as poets. Educational Echoes, 88(1), 48–50.

Egan, K., Judson, G., et al. (2013). The LiDKit. Resources for implementing the Learning in Depth Program. Vancouver, B.C.: Pacific Educational Press.

Judson, G. (2013). Curriculum Document for exhibition: Romare Bearden: A black odyssey. (Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.).

Judson, G. (2013). LiD implementation support guide for maximizing success. Imaginative Education Research Group, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., Canada.

Judson, G. & Egan, K. (2013). An imaginative approach to teaching history. Antistasis, 3(1), 9–11.

Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2012). Imagination, cognitive tools, and reluctant learners. Praxis Educative, 16(2), 9–18. (Spanish Title: Imaginación, herramientas cognitivas y alumnus renuentes)

Judson, G. (2012). A brief guide to imaginative ecological education. Imaginative Education Research Group, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., Canada.

Judson, G. (2012). Engaging emotions and imaginations in learning: A cognitive tools approach. Canadian Association of Principals, Summer 2012, 26–27.

Judson, G. (2012). Engaging students’ imaginations in their world: Some features of imaginative ecological education. Canadian Association of Principals, Summer 2012, 13–15.

Judson, G. & Egan, K. (2012). Elliot Eisner’s imagination and learning. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 9(1), 38–41.

Judson, G. & Egan, K. (2011). Distinctive features of ‘Imaginative Education’. The Journal of the Imagination in Language Learning, 9, 11–15.

Judson, G. (2009). Imaginative Ecological Education Website.

Judson, G. (2009). Imaginative Revolution. Teaching, Think!ng and Creativity, 9(4:29), 20–26.

Egan, K. & Judson, G. (2008). Of whales and wonder. The Best of Educational Leadership 2007–2008, 32–36.

Judson, G. (2006). Appendix. In K. Egan, Teaching literacy: Engaging the imaginations of new readers and writers. (pp. 117–136). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Publishing.

OnLine Publishing

Judson, G. (2016-present). imaginED education that inspires (Educational Blog:

Judson, G. (2016-present). Featured Blogger for EdWords: BAM Radio Network and columnist for The Creativity Post.


Judson, G. & Lima, J. (Eds.) (January 2019). CIRCE Special Edition STEAM Magazine.

Website Design

CIRCE website. (Website for Centre for Imagination in Research, Culture and Education)