Building communities of open practice workshop:
using the LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) Method
OER14 Conference, 28-29 April 1...
Intended outcomes
During this workshop, you will be able to...
• reflect on your practice in the context of open
• discuss...
theoretical underpinning
“learning by making”
Constructionism
(Papert)
“In flow”
(Csikszentmihalyi)
“hard fun”
(Papert)
“n...
• The builder owns the model
• Metaphors belong to the builder
• We talk about the model
Less bricks is more!
It is not about the bricks but what the bricks enable!
We trust our hands!
We trust the process!
We all build!
We all participate!
Remember!
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 bri...
LSP Method, steps
1. Ask a question
2. Build
3. Share
4. Reflect
Task 1(5 + 10 mins): Build a model that captures a characteristic of an open
community. Share with others.
Task 2 (5 mins)...
Building communities of open practice workshop:
using the LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) Method
OER14 Conference, 28-29 April 1...
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Building communities of open practice workshop: OER14 workshop developed and facilitated by Chrissi Nerantzi and Sean McCusker

  1. 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. 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. 3. theoretical underpinning “learning by making” Constructionism (Papert) “In flow” (Csikszentmihalyi) “hard fun” (Papert) “new understanding through metaphors” (Schön) LSP
  4. 4. • The builder owns the model • Metaphors belong to the builder • We talk about the model
  5. 5. Less bricks is more! It is not about the bricks but what the bricks enable!
  6. 6. We trust our hands! We trust the process! We all build! We all participate! Remember!
  7. 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. 8. LSP Method, steps 1. Ask a question 2. Build 3. Share 4. Reflect
  9. 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. 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
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