I'll spend some more time with other LS structures that I haven't used yet, in particular TRIZ (because that approach just makes me laugh out loud - don't we all know people who think negatively as a starting point anyways?)
The LS that I structured during this week will be useful next January (! so far from now) and to keep this learning more current, I am going to find places where I can slide LS into Fall 2019 courses. I love the idea of the 15% as a way of helping students perhaps think about what they CAN control already, before they dive into the full-on semester that often feels like a bunch of assignments and calendar-pacing that is not set by them individually.
I dig the "LS Matchmaker" handout and will be using that again, for sure.
In terms of a Board of Directors that I'm on, I'm also going to actively think about when/how an LS could be applied. We are in the midst of a lot of fundraising and I'd say we need some new thinking about our expectations and around what we can and can't control.
Thanks to all the participants for really interesting, engaged, thoughtful discussions. Thanks to Beth and Leva for a great course structure and facilitation.
Have a great weekend, everyone!