Lego Wall

Add a Lego Wall

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Hallways in a school building make up to 30% or more of unused space. Learning spaces don't only have to take place inside the classroom. Bulletin boards can be repurposed and used to spark creativity and for design challenges. 

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Hi Meg, I love this idea! I'm building one in our Ideation Space right now and think having interactive walls can help a school develop a culture that includes new mindsets (e.g., bias towards action, failure is encouraged) because they are designed to be used, explored, erased, and re-created! Check out the discussions in this post https://teachersguild.org/challenge/how-might-we-create-rituals-and-routines-that-establish-a-culture-of-innovation-in-our-classrooms-and-schools/ideas/innovation-wall/comments#c-95b1050b98698dc7f66f0dc7c83af2fe since they might connect to your idea too. How might a school get started in creating these types of spaces? What type of support would you need?

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