Author Archives: julianstodd

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...

Learning Science: Neuroscience

Today i am sharing part of the work for the Modern Learning Capability Programme: this piece is an overview of Neuroscience, with a view to understanding how it may inform your personal discipline of Learning Science. Note that this is … Continue reading

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My Father

My father died yesterday. A peaceful end to a long and eventful journey. I am overwhelmingly sad, tempered by a gratitude for what he gave us, and how we were able to be together at the end. Writing about it … Continue reading

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What Different Disciplines Can Contribute To Our Learning Science: a #WorkingOutLoud post

This is a #WorkingOutLoud post, sharing a section of the work i’m doing on the ‘Learning Science’ module of the ‘Modern Learning Capability Programme’. In this section, i will share an overview of different scientific disciplines which may form part … Continue reading

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I am an Island

We share a different story in every direction that we face: we make parts of our journey alone. On our island, we can tend to the land, we can build a house. We can shape the landscape, and look out … Continue reading

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Learning Science: #WorkingOutLoud on Philosophical Approaches and Science

Today, i am continuing the work i shared yesterday, as part of the body of work i’m creating for the ‘Modern Learning Capability Framework’. This module covers Learning Science, with a view to helping people define their discipline and curate … Continue reading

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Learning Science: a #WorkingOutLoud post

I started work today on the full Modern Learning Capability Programme, with the module on Learning Science. As part of #WorkingOutLoud, i am sharing this work here, although please note that this is still early stage, so not perfect. Specifically, … Continue reading

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Illustrating Apollo #3

This rather strange looking machine is the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle: it was used by the Apollo Crews to practice final approach to the moon. It had a set of jets that were permanently lit, which supported 80% of it’s … Continue reading

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