Models/Instruction Booklet for Window Exploration Bag

This topic contains 6 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by Avatar Andrew Batchelor 2 months, 4 weeks ago.

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  • #12701
    Avatar Kim McGaw 
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    Has anyone come across an instruction booklet or sheet of sample model builds using ONLY the Window Exploration bag? :) THANK YOU!

    #12702
    Avatar Stephen Dann 
    Participant

    I believe I can help out with this one.

    Over at Mecabricks I have a set of LSP Window kit models – https://www.mecabricks.com/en/user/stephendann and over at my website there’s a copy of the manual I use – http://stephendann.com/lego-serious-play-resources/

    Plus, if you’re after some supplemental stuff, I have a paper over here that helps – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1441358218300569

    #12703
    Avatar Kim McGaw 
    Participant

    Dr. Dann, you are a ROCK STAR! Thank you for sharing your incredible resources. You’ve saved my bacon. With gratitude, K

    PS – Fantastic white paper, too.

    #12704
    Avatar Andrew Batchelor 
    Participant

    Gargoyle Software also put together a page on the Exploration Bag:

    http://www.gargoylesoftware.com/lsp/facilitators

    I find in general that it is possible to do a version of the Starter Kit exercises with the Explorer bag, but on a smaller scale. The Tower exercise translates fine, and there are at least two distinct ways of making a duck ;).

    Hope that’s helpful.

    Andrew

    #12777
    Avatar Werner 
    Participant

    Thanks for sharing guys. This is interresting.

    #13589
    Avatar Kim McGaw 
    Participant

    Andrew, just came across your post. Truly appreciate your help and build instructions. I’ve just moved from using the LSP starter kits to the Exploration bags and want to create a rich experience using minimal pieces. This is a great start!

    #13591
    Avatar Andrew Batchelor 
    Participant

    Hi Kim,

    You are welcome. :)

    In my experience, I find that build instructions for the participants are not needed, although it is a good idea as a facilitator to know what is possible. As I noted above, most of the Starter Kit exercises translate well enough to the smaller Exploration Kits. Unlike the Starter Kit though, I have found it useful to keep the directionsto a minimum (e.g. simply “build a duck”, or “build a tower”) and not use things like the animal and other models in the booklet where participants build to a specific set of instructions. This approach keeps the exercises open to interpretation and the accompanying discussion can be wider ranging.

    Cheers,

    Andrew

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