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Hello everybody, we will be integrating the play community into #creativeHE. Please join if you would like to keep in touch with creative and playful practitioners. We have also started local #creativeHE meet-ups and hope to see you.

Thank you all,


Just completed the fabulous LSP facilitator training with Robert Rasmussen, looking forward to using LSP now....

Hello everybody, we have received the following request: If anybody can help, please get in touch with Jo directly. Thank you.


Would anyone be available to lead a session using serious Lego to a group of staff from different faculties delivering HE courses at Kingston College of Further Education
The session could run for a couple of hours and would need to be delivered on Monday 4th July at Kingston College(Kingston upon Thames Surrey)
Please contact :-
Jo Dallal

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Hello everybody,

We thought that some of you might be interested in joining #creativeHE  or a 5 day adventure into playful experimentation to spice up learning and teaching. See 

Chrissi on behalf of the #creativeHE  team

You might also be interested in contributing to a shiny new book project, edited by Alison and myself. See for more info and let us know if you have any questions, ok? Thank you. Alison and Chrissi

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The following article reached me via Twitter just in case you haven't seen/read it ;)

Wishing you all a creative weekend

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Thought you might be interested in this photo set from a recent event I helped facilitate using LEGO as a way of getting students to reflect on their course and learning

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Looking forward to meeting some of you at the HEA event tomorrow! Give me a shout if you are there...

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A very Happy New Year to you all!  I'm Claire, a learning developer with University of the West of Scotland, and I use Lego when working with students on referencing and also for induction activities.  I can't claim any credit for this, though!  I first came across the concept of "Lego referencing" during a talk by Carina Buckley at a conference in 2013 and I've adopted it enthusiastically since then.  I'm interested in discovering new ways of using Lego in HE, so I'm very happy to have found this group! 

Carina's paper, "Conceptualising plagiarism: using Lego to construct students' understanding of authorship and citation" was published in the journal of Teaching in Higher Education last year - I've shared the link below.  Here's to more Lego fun in 2016!


Hi, everyone! I'm glad to join this community of practioners. I'm a Catalan from Barcelona certified facilitator developing a real identity workshop for High School/A Level students which I have already succesfully tested with MBA students.

I'm also looking for a topic related to LSP for my doctorate research (suggestions are welcome!).

Surely I will learn a lot from you all.

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