Author Archives: julianstodd

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.

Retrospective: ‘Exploring the World of Social Learning’

As part of my own professional development i am carrying out a critical review of certain of my published works, as well as a broader reflection on the ideas that have influenced and shaped my thinking. This work will be … Continue reading

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Reflecting on ‘Social Leadership Daily’

Just over a year ago i started the Social Leadership Daily work as a ‘Community In Practice’, for sixty seconds every day. It was, as much as anything, a chance for me to challenge myself, in terms of making something … Continue reading

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Fragments of Thought: The Gun

I am at the start of a year long critical analysis of my own published work, as i consider the next steps in my exploration of the broader context of the Social Age. This retrospective analysis is structured across three … Continue reading

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Learning Science: Social Metacognition

Just sharing the illustration today for a post that i’ll publish tomorrow on ‘Learning Science: Social Metacognition’, which explores cultural aspects of metacognition. This work is part of an eighteen month writing project with Sae Schatz and Geoff Stead, working … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on ‘Togetherness – Otherness’

One of my writing projects this year concerns ‘togetherness and otherness’. In the spirit of ‘The Humble Leader’, this will be a guided reflection, but different from that previous work in that i intend to bring in different voices: people … Continue reading

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Retrospective: Vegan Punks and Social Community

Throughout this year i am carrying out a critical reappraisal of my own published work and retrospective analysis of my ideas around the Social Age. These things will, combined, contribute towards the writing of a Social Age Guidebook later this … Continue reading

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Humility as Action

I walked in the orchard with River at the weekend: he is old enough now to remember that there was a ‘last year’, and that last year we saw the apples hanging from the trees. I had plucked one down … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Learning Science: Social Metacognition

Last week i shared a post around Metacognition for the Learning Science Handbook work: today i am following up with something far less rigorous and more highly speculative. Or to put it another way, i’m simply using this space for … Continue reading

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Retrospective: ‘Learning, Knowledge & Meaning – the Singapore Diary’

As part of my own professional development, throughout this year i am carrying out a critical reappraisal of my legacy work and publications around the context of the Social Age, as well as a reflective journey through my influences and … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Learning Science: Metacognition

This post is shared as part of #workingOutLoud on the Learning Science Guidebook, alongside Sae Schatz and Geoff Stead. Work shared in this space is our ongoing weekly progress: it’s not the final output, but our explorations on the way. … Continue reading

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