Tag Archives: Learning Journey

Pathways

I went for a game of Scrabble after work yesterday with Laura. I’m just working in Bath, staying in a hotel for a few days but, as Laura lives near here, she knew the best pub with a Scrabble set. … Continue reading

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A six stage methodology for learning. Part 4 – Exploration

I’ve been exploring my methodology for learning in more detail across a series of articles. We started with Context and then Demonstration: today, we’re looking at the third stage, Exploration. Exploration is where we play with the learning, and it’s … Continue reading

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The convergence of mobile and social learning

I used to view mobile and social learning separately: social learning as ‘the semi formal layers of learning that surround the formal‘ and mobile learning as primarily technology, but my mindset has changed. Increasingly they form, for me, part of … Continue reading

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Achievement, reward and shared success in learning.

In a follow up to yesterday’s post, i can report that we were successful in our adventure. The rewards for success? To sit in the sun with a cider and share stories from the trip. No certificate, no qualification, no … Continue reading

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The Learning Journey. Exploring the total experience of learning.

The Learning Journey is the total experience of learning, from the first time you hear about a course or workshop through to the last time you touch it. Under a total quality model, where ‘experience’ is everything, we need to … Continue reading

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What journey are you on? Understanding the different paths we walk through learning.

There are many paths trodden around a piece of learning. For some, it’s the path of creating it, speaking to experts, developers, designers, pulling the piece together. For others, it’s the path of commissioning it, understanding how it’s going to … Continue reading

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Taking footsteps out of learning. What to do next?

I’m balanced in that precarious place where i feel inspired and energised by the learning and relationships that i forged at the conference last week, but am running up against the familiar friction of being ‘back at work’. It’s always … Continue reading

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The emotional learning journey. Planning the highs and lows in storytelling.

I’ll be the first to admit that i have pretty bad taste in films, favouring an action and adventure movie to a classic musical, but whatever type of film you watch, there’s a typical pattern that they follow. There are … Continue reading

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Gathering momentum. How every learning journey has to start with one small step.

The journey from ignorance to enlightenment has a start point, although it may never have an end. The first step may not be the hardest, but it has to be taken, or there will be no others. The difference between … Continue reading

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