Gearing up for my PhD: Induction

I've been seriously neglecting my PhD posts so I'm going to do a speed catch up over the week, starting off with the official start date: 1st October 2018, Induction Day. As I'm an unofficially distance student it was great to get to Edinburgh for this but I wondered how much would be relevant to... Continue Reading →

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 →

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