ARLG Eastern brings you “Lego in Teaching” with Andy Walsh
In this full day workshop, Andy Walsh will be running his (now famous) workshop on using Lego as a valuable teaching tool in library lessons.
We will introduce briefly the concept of Lego® Serious Play® and carry out some exercises using these principles.
Attendees will have the chance to take part in an activity inspired by Serious Play® before going onto creating their own ideas based upon the methods discussed. We will then use the materials to solve problems as a group, and go onto building models that can be used for evaluation at the beginning or the end of a teaching session.
By the end of the day, attendees should have an appreciation of how model making, particularly with Lego, can be used in teaching, and have planned a specific teaching intervention to apply in their own work situation.
Faculty of English, Cambridge University, Cambridge
Terms & Conditions
Bookings close: 30th May
ARLG member or CILIP members – £75 +VAT
Non CILIP members – £100 +VAT
Please note there will only be 25 places available for this course so early booking is advised.
For further details please contact Chloe Menown, Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org or view the ARLG Eastern events webpage: http://www.cilip.org.uk/academic-research-libraries-group/events/lego-teaching
Chloe Menown BA(Hons) MSc AFHEA MCLIP
ARLG Eastern secretary