Tag Archives: Learning Design

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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Learning Ecosystems: Re-Write

Yesterday i published a first draft of a section of the Learning Science Guidebook that i’m working on with co-authors Sae Schatz and Geoff Stead. Today i am sharing a full rewrite of that section: i’ve changed some of the … Continue reading

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Learning Ecosystems: #WorkingOutLoud on Learning Science

This post is part of #WorkingOutLoud on the Learning Science Guidebook, and considers the notion of the Learning Ecosystem. This section has taken us a couple of weeks to write, with two of our evening ‘workshops’ to kick it around. … Continue reading

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Learning Science Guidebook #4 – Nested Contexts

This post is part of a series where i am sharing work from my collaboration with Sae on the Learning Science Guidebook. It’s early stage #WorkingOutLoud, and should be taken as such. Today we consider ‘nested contexts’ and how they … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Learning Science Guidebook #3 – Information, Knowledge, and Sense Making

This post is part of #WorkingOutLoud as Sae and I work together on the new Learning Science Guidebook. Last week i shared a post on Information, knowledge, and sense-making, as a note to Sae [it may be worth reading that … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on ‘The Learning Science Guidebook’ #1

Last week i started work with my friend, Dr Sae Schatz, on a new project: the Learning Science Guidebook. Today i am sharing our first draft of an introduction: i doubt whether this will make it into the final piece, … Continue reading

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The Learning Science Guidebook V2

I’m about to head off on holiday, but before i do, some news on the ‘Learning Science Guidebook’. Those of you with long memories will recall this as a 2020 project that rather ground to a halt when i completed … Continue reading

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Learning: Broad Perspective on Capability

Today i am sharing another broad sweep through Learning, drawing together some of the more recent ideas i have shared. In this case i am trying to show a ‘start to finish’ train of thought, and the simple narrative is … Continue reading

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Learning Outcomes: Conversion, Abstraction, Rejection

It’s easy to imagine that Learning is all about positive and measurable outcomes, but that’s not necessarily always true. It’s possible that we can ‘learn’, and yet not think and act differently, and yet still carry some value from the … Continue reading

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Learning: The Harbour and The Sea

People quite often ask me why my Organisation is called ‘Sea Salt Learning’, and the answer is quite simple: we are connected, around the world, over the water, but the voyages across these seas can be hard. And some of … Continue reading

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