Disruptive innovative processes and methods that make it easy and quick for groups of people to learn and work effectively and productively together, quickly fostering lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone’s potential.
Liberating Structures are used for the following:
- To stimulate and unleash innovation and productivity at all levels
- To foster interaction between peers, clients, students, and community members
- To tap into their intelligence, creativity, adaptability of ideas
Why Liberating Structures for the Classroom and for Science Education?
Individuals, and especially children, remember the learning messages because of and in the context of their experiences. Therefore, the method of delivery of environmental education is crucial for retention and action. Students that receive early education and training on environmental issues in an inviting and exciting atmosphere are more likely to choose science careers and become more involved in community environmental issues and important issues that concern their personal health.
- Liberating Structures
- Borderzine: http://borderzine.com/2013/04/structures-without-strictures-in-the-liberated-classroom/
- Managers and Leaders: https://sites.google.com/site/managersandleaders/collaboration/planning
- Liberating Structures: H. Lipmanowicz & K. McCandless. Plexus Institute. Liberating Structures. 2009