LEGO in Higher Education Part 1 workshop series, back soon #legoHE #flexcpd

Do you play with LEGO or used to, always wanted to or have seen others actually using LEGO bricks for learning, teaching or research and want to find out how to do this yourself? Then keep reading.

CELT will be offering a series of LEGO in Higher Education workshops.

Register and learn about the LEGO(R) Serious Play(R) method and how it can be used and adapted to enable pan-participation, community building, ideas generation and so much more in a wide range of learning, teaching and research situations in various disciplines and professional areas.

Valuable insights are gained through LEGO model making, metaphors and storytelling. Experience it with colleagues and identify opportunities to use LEGO in your practice. Members of staff who teach, research and/or support learning are all very welcome.

The following workshops will be offered: Each workshop lasts three hours.

  • workshop 1 (4 June, 1-4pm): Introduction to LEGO(R) Serious Play(R), the method and applications: identity and community building
  • workshop 2 (11 June, 1-4pm): Developing reflection using LSP
  • workshop 3 (2 July, 1-4pm): Ideas generation using LSP

Registration is now open. Places are limited. Book early to avoid disappointment. Click here.

Chrissi Nerantzi, who will facilitate the LEGO in Higher Education 1 workshops, is an experienced and accredited LSP Facilitator.

LEGO in Higher Education is part of the FLEX offer. Individuals participating will be able to use evidence of their engagement and development towards a FLEX award or up to 30 credits at postgraduate level that would count towards the Postgraduate Certificate/Masters in Academic Practice. Please note, additional work at level 7 linked to specific assessment tasks would be required. FLEX can also be taken as a stand-alone CPD unit.

Connect with us on Twitter. Follow @celt_mmu and use the hashtag #legoHE

See you soon

Chrissi

 

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