I'm Bettina Boyle, Faculty and Educational Developer at Capilano University, North Vancouver. This year, I coordinated a Liberating Structures Practice group at CapU (with the great start-up help from Leva!) and I'm always excited to play with and continue to find meaningful ways to engage everyone with liberating structures in different context and with different people.
How may liberating structures support us in creating more meaningful and engaging online learning experiences?
Give and Gets:
Gives: Experience facilitating liberating structures in the post-secondary context (with students and faculty). Experience designing and facilitating online (although not previously explicitly with Liberating Structures)
Gets: I'm curious about ideas for design, prompts, tools etc. in the online context that make the experience as "easy" and playful as in person.