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Saturday 30 March

All day

St Alphege Building, King Alfred Quarter, Sparkford Road, Winchester SO22 4NR

Playfully pushing the boundaries of learning and development in education, sustainability and business.

A day conference for practitioners, facilitators and enthusiasts of LEGO®️ based learning and the LEGO®️ SERIOUS PLAY®️Method and materials. Themes to be explored: sustainability, education and business applications of play. The purpose to explore the complexities of sustainability, education and consulting using Lego serious play type methods.

Confirmed keynotes:

Professor Alison James - Professor of Learning and Teaching, Director of Academic Quality and Development at the University of Winchester, an ILM trained coach and accredited facilitator of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®.

Professor Johan Roos - co-inventor of LEGO Serious Play Chief Academic Officer and Professor at Hult International Business School

Professor Carole Parkes - University of Winchester and UN Special Advisor

Cost:

External Delegates - £100

University of Winchester Staff and Students - £50

Programme:
0930 - 1000 Registration and Refreshments
1000 - 1045 Keynote 1 - Prof Alison James and Prof Johan Roos
1015 - 1045 + Skype contact from Prof Johan Roos @ImagiLab
1045 - 1100 break
1100 - 1200 Workshop slot 1 - 60 mins
1200 - 1300 Workshop slot 2 - 60 mins
1300 - 1345 Lunch - 45 mins
1345 - 1445 Workshop slot 3 - 60 mins
1445 - 1515 Break
1515 - 1615 Workshop slot 4 - 60 mins
1615 - 1700 Key Note – Prof Carole Barnes
1700 1715 Close

1800 - Dinner in Winchester - self funded

Workshops:
Prof Alison James - University of Winchester
Dr Tammi Sinha and Heather Dobby – University of Winchester & Cobham International
Ben Mizen – Ideas Alchemy ltd LSP practitioner & Lecturer at Solent University
Dr Stephen Dann – Australian National University
Suzanne Faulkner – University of Strathclyde

Organisers:
Dr Tammi Sinha (tammi.sinha@winchester.ac.uk) and Ben Mizen (ben@ideasalchemy.net)

Centre for Climate Change Education and Communication

Centre for Responsible Management

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