Tag Archives: Learning Science

#WorkingOutLoud on Learning Science

I stumbled back across my illustrations for the Learning Science Guidebook today, and experienced two feelings in rapid succession. Firstly, i thought that some of the work actually looked quite good, and felt a renewed urge to get it out … Continue reading

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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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