Conventional siloed working can disenfranchise teams and making problem solving hard, reducing the potential for creative decision making in learning and teaching.
Meanwhile, working together to build something tangible is one of the ultimate team building exercises, helping participants develop communication, critical thinking, creative and collaboration skills and shared experiences together.
• Workshop participants who take part in co-design activities felt more connected to and more motivated to get involved in a project.
• Happier, more knowledgeable, better resourced people get more done and achieve better results however you measure them.
• Designing and making equips participants with improved global competencies such as creativity, communication, resilience and resourcefulness.
(1) Hughes JM and Morrison LJ (2020) Innovative Learning Spaces in the Making.