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Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi
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Gaining an insight into the student experience (evaluating a unit) using LSP with Chrissi Nerantzi

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  • 1. Whole class workshop: Evaluating a unit/module and moving forward using the LEGO® Serious Play® (LSP) Method with Chrissi Nerantzi, certified LSP facilitator c.nerantzi@mmu.ac.uk @chrissinerantzi
  • 2. Intended outcomes By the end of this workshop, participants will have... • shared their learning experience of the unit • identified important factors that influenced their learning on this unit • discussed factors that will enhance learning on this unit
  • 3. an alternative way to gain an insight into how students experienced a specific unit/module and the impact it had on their learning
  • 4. Consent • Recording only for evaluation and research purposes • Only shared among the educators and researchers involved • Use of quotes only fully anonymised in reports/research activities/presentations • Video/photographs not used unless permission is given to be used for a specific purpose
  • 5. We trust our hands! We trust the process! We all build! We all participate! Remember!
  • 6. Warm-up
  • 7. Task 1: Build a tower Task 2: Create a little pet (use up to 10 bricks) Task 3: Modify your pet to capture what helps you learn something Task 3: Share within others
  • 8. LSP Method steps 1. Ask a question 2. Build 3. Share 4. Reflect
  • 9. Your learning experience of this unit
  • 10. Task 1: Build a model that captures your learning experience of this unit. Task 2: Identify one thing you found most useful for your learning. Use a green brick. Task 3: Identify one thing that you found most challenging for your learning. Use a red brick. Task 4: Share with others.
  • 11. Your ideal learning experience
  • 12. Task 1: Build a model that represents how your ideal learning experience on this unit would look like. Task 2: Which factor is the most important one for your learning? (green brick) Share with others. Task 3: Create a shared model that captures your ideal learning experience as a group. Share with the other group.
  • 13. Now what? • 60 seconds reflections • Next steps – Data analysis – Evaluation – Identifying opportunities for unit enhancement – Communicating steps for unit enhancement – Evaluation of this LSP workshop

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