Active Learning and Teaching Workshop: Thinking with your hands using Lego Serious Play (Athlone)
Lego®Serious Play® is a facilitation methodology created by the Lego Group. Since 2010 it has been available as an open source community-based model.
This hands-on, minds-on learning workshop will look at ways to explore hand mind connections and learning. When we use our hands to ‘tinker’ we engage the part of the brain that generates sensory images in our minds. This helps us to work out our thoughts and develop deeper understanding.
The workshop will include a range of enjoyable and engaging activities to support active thinking, connecting, learning, and sharing using Lego®Serious Play®
This workshop is workshop number three in a series of active learning and teaching workshops offered by FESS. There is no requirement to have attended workshops number one or two to attend this workshop.
This professional development day will support goal 2 of the Further Education and Training Professional Development Strategy 2017-2019 in the following strategic priority area:Working with and supporting FET learners.
The target audience for this workshop is FET staff working with teams or with learners
Facilitator: Miriam O' Donoghue, FESS
Please note: Pre booking is essential. Please do not book onto this event unless you are sure that you will attend / have approval to attend (if required). If an emergency arises, please inform us ASAP (firstname.lastname@example.org) as we operate a waiting list system and if time allows we can offer your booked place to another person.
|Event Date||25-03-2019 10:00|
|Event End Date||25-03-2019 16:00|
|Registration Start Date||14-12-2018 10:00|
|Cut off date||21-03-2019 9:00|
|Location||Athlone Springs Hotel|