Welcome to a Course in Legos. 
We'd like for you to have the experience of learning how to do something unfamiliar in an online context.  In addition to this hands-on learning experience, there is a metaphor at work here that we would like you to keep in mind over the course of iTeach: Legos are modular building blocks and building an object with Legos can sometimes be disorienting until the object begins to come together in the final stages. It's also worth noting that once you've built 5 or 10 or 20 cars by meticulously following the instructions, you can begin to riff on traditional patterns by creating your own unique forms; the Book and the Novelty.

Learning Goal: Collectively experience an online learning activity and then make connections between your experience and the analogous (but discipline-specific) learning experience you want your students to have. 

Follow these instructions to get started:

Split into groups of 2 or 3.

2.   Find the sticky note in your Lego Bag

3.   Use the DEVICE, WEBSITE, and LETTER (A, B, or C)
to determine your assignment.

4.   Build your Lego object
and pay attention to your experience as a learner. 

5.   Return to the conference room
after the time given to you with whatever you have.

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