Tag Archives: Social Learning

Characterising Learning Solutions

The framework shared here is intended to help us characterise a type of learning solution as either more ‘formal’, or ‘Social’. It could be used to review existing content, or as a checklist in our design process, to ensure we … Continue reading

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The Learning Organisation

This sketch explores a learning organisation, putting ‘sense making’ at the centre: it’s a view of how our relationship with knowledge is changing, and hence our approach to learning itself. Away from a formal model, where the Organisation shapes and … Continue reading

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Learning Boundaries

Tomorrow i am running a workshop around Social Learning. But it could equally be a workshop about ‘virtual’ learning, ‘blended’ learning, or ‘face to face’ learning, because ‘learning’ is a cognitive activity, not a mode of delivery. At heart, learning … Continue reading

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Social and Collaborative Learning in Action

I’ve been sketching out an idea for a Leadership Development community, exploring how, over time, a Scaffolded approach provides appropriate provocation and diverse perspective, structured sense making, opportunity for rehearsal and prototyping of new behaviours, and a legacy of sharing … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Social Learning Designer as Architect

I’m half way through facilitating a two day workshop on Social Learning design: these types of day are pretty full on, so writing at the end of the day is daunting. As part of #WorkingOutLoud, i just wanted to share … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on a Social Learning Design Workshop

In two weeks time i am facilitating a two day Virtual Workshop around Social Learning Design: i will be sharing my thoughts as i pull the session together as part of #WorkingOutLoud. The session is for a small group (8 … Continue reading

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The Landscape of Curiosity and Mountain of Creativity: Social and Collaborative Learning

Next month i have been asked to run a session on ‘Curiosity and Creativity’ in the design of effective remote learning, which has given me an opportunity to revisit this work and build out some practical design ideas. I’ve decided … Continue reading

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Part 2: The Move to Remote Learning – Curiosity, Context, and Fracturing Frames

Yesterday i shared a view of the transfer of face to face learning into social, virtual and remote contexts. Today i will build out some further areas (until such time as the baby wakes up): as i stressed yesterday, this … Continue reading

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Social, Virtual and Remote Aspects of Learning Design and Delivery

I’ve been rather overwhelmed by conversations about how Organisations can rapidly and effectively take existing face to face programmes and repurpose them to be remote, or to design effective distance learning from scratch. Whilst i don’t want to add noise … Continue reading

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Community Building: Developing Vocabulary

Building an engaged Community probably requires us to consider two central ideas: firstly, that we do not actually ‘build’ it, and secondly, that there is no one ‘big’ thing to do. At best, we can create space for Community to … Continue reading

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