There’s a sense of freedom that comes with rummaging through a box of loose LEGO bricks. You can choose to build something specific, or let your imagination run wild with the endless possibilities. Either way, the opportunity to transform these simple plastic bricks into something really amazing gets you thinking creatively.
You can bring out the same sense of play in your learners by including virtual LEGO bricks in your e-learning. In a recent E-Learning Challenge, our community members were encouraged to do just that. Here’s a sample of the incredible work they shared:
- Maria Mejia encourages learners to stack bricks based on categories in this fun drag-and-drop activity.
- In this example, Tracy Williams uses LEGO bricks to teach color mixing in a clever way.
- Because they’re so simple, LEGO bricks can be used to represent almost anything—even chemical compounds! See what that looks like in this example by Rambo Levin.
- Dianne Hope uses LEGO bricks to teach young audiences about colors, reading, and basic math in this example.
The LEGO-themed E-Learning Challenge is still open if you’d like to share your work with the community! And follow us on Twitter and come back to E-Learning Heroes regularly for more helpful advice on everything related to e-learning. If you have any questions, please share them in the comments.