Equality, Diversity, and Inclusivity (Session 1)
Monday 24 June, University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, London
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) are relevant to all aspects of Business School curricula. As part of a research project funded under the Chartered ABS Scholarships programme, the Universities of Bedfordshire and Greenwich are running two free workshops using Lego Serious Play (LSP) as a tool to help academics and professional service staff reconsider their approaches to embedding EDI in their curriculum design.
LSP methodology is a well-recognised constructivist approach and is a useful tool that facilitates clarity, understanding and the tackling of unstructured and complex issues, including EDI in curriculum design. Through this workshop, participants will gain insight into curriculum design in relation to university initiatives on inclusive curriculum framework, EDI strategy and other issues.
The workshop will include an opportunity to experiment, using Lego Serious Play (R), with new ideas about the specific challenges in your topic area and how they might be overcome. Feel free to forward this information to business school academics and professional service staff who may be interested.
Spaces are limited and are allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Two sessions are available; for the second session, click here.
This event is being run externally but with our official endorsement. If you have any questions, please email Dr Anna Romanova at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Alexander K. Kofinas
Principal Lecturer in Strategy, University of Bedfordshire Business School
Dr Kofinas is a trained facilitator of LEGO (R) SERIOUS PLAY (R) method and materials.
Dr Christina Schwabenland
Reader in Public and Voluntary Sector Management; Director of the Centre for Leadership Innovation, University of Bedfordshire Business School
Dr Han-Huei (Crystal) Tsay
Lecturer in Leadership and Organisational Behaviour, University of Greenwich Business School
Dr Anna Romanova, Senior Lecturer in Technology, University of Greenwich
D166, University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College
Business school academics and professional services staff, of any level of seniority, are welcome to attend.
This workshop is free to attend and catering will be provided, although spaces are limited.
The workshop involves the use of Lego (R) bricks, that requires fine motor skills / dexterity. If you think that this might impose a problem, or have any other questions please contact Dr Anna Romanova at: email@example.com.