This book offers a detailed examination of imagination in learning. Teachers working with the ideas of Imaginative Education in their classrooms provide examples that cover multiple curricular areas and span elementary through secondary school contexts. “Imagination” has moved in recent years from being considered some kind of educational frill to a recognized main workhorse of teaching and learning. It is this new perspective that this book celebrates and exemplifies. The book is divided between teachers’ and researchers’ voices, both exploring a range of ways in which the imagination can be used in everyday classrooms to enhance learning and increase the satisfactions of teaching. This book demonstrates how engaging the imagination lies at the core of effective education.