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Classroom Technologies

Lego Serious Play!

In Lego’s own words: 

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method is a facilitated meeting, communication and problem-solving process in which participants are led through a series of questions, probing deeper and deeper into the subject. Each participant builds his or her own 3D LEGO® model in response to the facilitator´s questions using specially selected LEGO® elements. These 3D models serve as a basis for group discussion, knowledge sharing, problem solving and decision making. 

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method is a technique which improves group problem solving. By utilizing visual, auditory and kinesthetic skills, the Method requires participants to learn and listen, and it provides all participants with a voice. The Method serves as a shared language regardless of culture or position. It is also a method that requires a trained LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator. 

 

How can we use this at the University of Suffolk? 

We have two lego sets that can be booked out for hire.  


 

Where can I learn more about this? 

The Lego website has a ton of resources incorporating Lego Serious Play!:  https://www.lego.com/en-gb/seriousplay/  

For further information, please contact learningservices@uos.ac.uk