Alison James and Chrissi Nerantzi have combined their efforts to release an interesting new research book which tells the story of using playful tools in higher education.
Their book is a serious endeavour on 359 pages. It has 39 different articles ranging from using tabletop games, playful writing and poetry, theatrical games. There are 3 articles that also focus on the use of LEGO and LEGO Serious Play methodology.
- Our Learning Journey with LEGO® by James, Alison (et al.) – Pages 239-242
- Using LEGO® to Explore ‘Professional Love’ as an Element of Youth Work Practice—Opportunities and Obstacles by Purcell, Martin E. – Pages 243-245
- Creating LEGO® Representations of Theory by Simmons, Nicola – Pages 247-249
Get your copy via Amazon: The Power of Play in Higher Education: Creativity in Tertiary Learning