Continuing the discussion from 2.2 Discuss: How Does “Hospitality” Play into Community + Music Education?:
Taking off from Lee Higgins’ design principles for a learning environment, I would love to host a littleBits Workshop about the idea that we all need each other to make things happen.
First of all, I want you to know that this project is 0.36% completed. So I’d really appreciate your feedback, to build this together or for simply knowing your point of view
Now I’ll share you what I’ve been thinking of and points where I feel I need help.
Step 1: Feel identified with the idea that we’re all different. What questions or activities do you think will work as a starting point to gain awareness of diversity?
Step 2: Presentation of the modules.
Step 3: Select your Bit. My idea is that each person chooses a module that during the activity will represent him/herself. This will condition the number of modules to the number of participants, but I think that is a key rule to establish this one-to-one relationship between persons and modules. This is just my idea, that’s probably not the best. What’s your idea for establishing relationships between modules and persons?
Step 4: WHAT IF. This step is the main activity and the idea is to see what happens if… (what if I combine with you? what if someone else joins us? what if someone leaves? what if I change something of my module?). The rule is: each person only controls his/her module. I think it would be cool that people respect the same order of the Bits, so if two Bits change order, then both persons change their position in the line, and now they will have different people in their sides. What game rules you can think of to involve people in space exploration and to keep the activity dynamic and fun?
Step 5: Conclusions + Feedback. What kind of reflective activity will serve to keep tinkering with this event idea, so it keeps evolving to a more inclusive and diverse workshop?