Learning out of the box using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® (LSP) methodology was born in the 1990s within the LEGO® Group to (re)-innovate managerial practices and has over time undergone significant development in various sectors including education, supported by constructivist learning theories.  It affirms itself among the serious games due to the use of LEGO® bricks originally created for playful purposes, declined for the LSP methodology as an expressive, communication and collaboration tool, of co-construction and creative solution of real problems. In this essay we intend to present LSP as a methodology for learning "out of the box" within educational contexts aimed at adults, outlining its strengths and weaknesses, as well as outlining scenarios for future development.