Tag Archives: Learning Science

Learning 2020 – Glossary Of Core Concepts [Pt 1]

I’ve been sharing some eclectic work around ‘Learning Transformation’ over the last few weeks, centred around some core ideas: things we need to start doing, things to leave behind, environmental factors impacting the design and delivery of learning, and so … Continue reading

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The Learning Science Journey

I have completed the main illustrations for the Learning Science Guidebook (*i think): there are twenty three of them, and i finished up by redrawing four of the original ones that i had initially shared on the blog. This is … Continue reading

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Learning Science: a Web of Curiosity

I’m working today to complete the illustrations for the Learning Science Guidebook: this one is from the introduction, where we consider what ‘learning science’ is. In the text i use the phrase, ‘not a systematically organised body of knowledge, but … Continue reading

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A Practical View of Learning Science

I’m working on the final illustrations for the Learning Science Guidebook this week: some are ‘informational’ to portray the content in a clearly sequenced manner, and others are more about aesthetics, to make the book beautiful. The latter of which … Continue reading

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Four Trends in Organisational Learning

I’m working on a large scale L&D transformation piece, and sketched out four areas of focus: ‘Social Learning’, ‘Big Data and Analytics‘, ‘Augmented and Virtual Reality’, and ‘Learning Science’. Social Learning is driven by the broader shifts in learning that … Continue reading

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The Learning Science Guidebook

The main text for my next Social Age Guidebook is now complete, although i feel a fair amount of trepidation around releasing it: it explores Learning Science, with a broad approach to helping people to ‘explore their landscape of curiosity’, … Continue reading

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Learning Science: Life Through a Lens – the Galileo story

As i draw to the end of the writing on the Learning Science Guidebook, i’m working on the summary and conclusions, starting with this story: it’s about how we may need to create our own tools, and share them generously. … Continue reading

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Learning Science: Frames and Context

This is the latest in a series of posts that share my evolving writing from the Modern Learning Capability Programme: this piece explores ‘Frames and Context’ in the Learning Science Module. The previous post on the Learning Map will provide … Continue reading

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Learning Science: Mapping Learning

I’ve nearly completed the new module i’m building on Learning Science, which forms part of my new Modern Learning Capability Programme: i have been #WorkingOutLoud and sharing the content as i go, and this piece if from towards the end … Continue reading

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Learning Science: The Problem With Data, And How You Can Measure Anything

Today i am #WorkingOutLoud, sharing a section of the writing on Learning Science from the Modern Learning Capability Programme. These three pieces discuss qualitative and quantitative data, and how you can measure anything. This is early stage work, shared out … Continue reading

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