OER19: tears, laughter and hope

OER was the one conference over the years that was always on my 'must go' list but I never felt that I had a legitimate reason. I wasn't formally involved in open education, either for research or teaching and learning. Yet, by default, I am an open practitioner, I instinctively share and ensure that as... Continue Reading →

2018: A Year of Fun

Good grief if I don't press the Publish button now it is going to be 2020, I've already rewritten this about three times and it's not as if it is a work of literary genius. Looking back to this time last year I was reticent about doing a 2017 round up as it had been... Continue Reading →

Warming Up: LSP Journey Part 3

I fully underestimated just how tiring training would be and I didn't manage to get my notes from my book into this space until now, a full two weeks later so I'm not sure how the gap will affect my reflections and I will probably miss out bits and pieces. Anyway, we started out by... Continue Reading →

Getting Started: LSP Journey Part 2

I went into my first day unsure of what to expect. Having previously facilitated LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® workshops I was slightly apprehensive that I might learn that there were hard and fast rules to follow, rather than the free flowing approach I had taken using case studies online. Also, what if you had to use... Continue Reading →

Becoming a Meddler-in-the-Middle: LSP Journey Part 1

Chris Barbalis I’m sitting in the airport waiting for my flight to London for LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® (LSP) facilitator training, a four-day intensive course, and this seems a pretty good point to reflect on some recent joining-of-the-dots for me. Being a fan of constructivism and constructionism introducing LSP into medical education seemed a logical extension... Continue Reading →

Generosity

March was a hectic, busy month but the diversity of generosity of so many different people was quite overwhelming. Proof indeed that transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary is absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with budget and that creativity with a pinch of random, strange ideas can win the day. Oh, and taking the risk to... Continue Reading →

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