Building communities of open practice workshop: OER14 workshop developed and facilitated by Chrissi Nerantzi and Sean McCusker
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  • 1. Building communities of open practice workshop: using the LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) Method OER14 Conference, 28-29 April 14, Newcastle Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer, accredited LSP facilitator Manchester Metropolitan University, UK @chrissinerantzi Dr Sean McCusker Research Fellow Durham University, UK
  • 2. Intended outcomes During this workshop, you will be able to... • reflect on your practice in the context of open • discuss communities of open practice • identify characteristics of communities of open practice and explore how these relate to your own practice
  • 3. theoretical underpinning “learning by making” Constructionism (Papert) “In flow” (Csikszentmihalyi) “hard fun” (Papert) “new understanding through metaphors” (Schön) LSP
  • 4. • The builder owns the model • Metaphors belong to the builder • We talk about the model
  • 5. Less bricks is more! It is not about the bricks but what the bricks enable!
  • 6. We trust our hands! We trust the process! We all build! We all participate! Remember!
  • 7. Task 1 (1 min): Build a tower Task 2 (3 mins): Build a duck model using up to 6 bricks. Task 3 (1 min): Remove as many bricks as possible while still representing a duck. Task 4 (5 mins): Make this into an ‘open’ duck. Share with others. Warm-up
  • 8. LSP Method, steps 1. Ask a question 2. Build 3. Share 4. Reflect
  • 9. Task 1(5 + 10 mins): Build a model that captures a characteristic of an open community. Share with others. Task 2 (5 mins): Cluster your models. Task 3 (5 + 10 mins): Build a model that represents your contribution to the open community. Share it with others. Task 4 mins): Place your contribution model to represent relationship to each other and the community. Task 5 (5 mins) : Add one connections between the two most important components for an open community succeed. Do this twice. Task 6 (10 mins): As a group, articulate and share a single narrative which represents your view of the model. Bonus Task: What else would you add to the model? mainworkshoppart
  • 10. Building communities of open practice workshop: using the LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) Method OER14 Conference, 28-29 April 14, Newcastle Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer Manchester Metropolitan University, UK @chrissinerantzi Dr Sean McCusker Research Fellow Durham University, UK