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Sarah Le-Fevre is a Games-based Learning design and delivery professional and certified Lego® Serious Play® Facilitator. After tiring of creating programs for blue-chip clients that focused almost solely on growth and profit, Sarah made the decision to keep the same audience but shift the focus to learning around sustainability, human flourishing and tackling systemic wicked problems.
With a focus on experiential learning, specifically games and learning in nature, Sarah specializes in creating programs which allow learners time to reflect and create their own learning about complex systemic issues and is in the process of writing a book about a Systems Practice approach to learning design for organizational change. Her other main pre-occupation at the moment is managing the Kickstarter for the Museum of Impossible Objects card deck – and working on multiple exciting collaborations for the Museum.
Sarah also runs a bi-monthly online magazine ‘Ludogogy’, which explores games-based learning, gamification, and gameful and playful design. Sarah can be contacted at sarah [at] ludogogy [dot] co [dot] uk (or search LinkedIn for Sarah Le-Fevre, with a hyphen) and you can visit the magazine at ludogogy.co.uk
Guest Links and Info
- Backerkit link
- Sarah on LinkedIn
- Kickstarter page
- Email her at sarah [at] ludogogy [dot] co [dot] uk
- Kickstarter material
- Ludogogy /Sarah Le-Fevre Linktree https://linktr.ee/ludogogy
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