Learn to use Liberating Structures

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Learn to use Liberating Structures

Liberating Structures are facilitation techniques designed to boost engagement and foster inclusivity in your classroom and meetings. A recent report from BCcampus says that Liberating Structures are spreading throughout BC post-secondary institutions. This set of 33 facilitation techniques, developed by Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz, is not only gaining traction in our post-secondary sector, but in the health care, government, business, social services sectors and beyond. The BCcampus report indicates that the impact of using Liberating Structures includes seeing a “transformative effect” and “greater participation for people who are less likely to participate” and more (BCcampus, 2018).

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