Tag Archives: Working Out Loud

#WorkingOutLoud on Learning Science: Social Metacognition

Last week i shared a post around Metacognition for the Learning Science Handbook work: today i am following up with something far less rigorous and more highly speculative. Or to put it another way, i’m simply using this space for … 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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Culture Explorers: Agility, Fracture, Failure

Sharing half a thought today with a sketch i drew earlier for the Culture Explorer programme that i’m currently prototyping. I’m using this to consider three questions: what ‘Agility’ means (and whether it’s about individual behaviours aggregated up to culture … 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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#WorkingOutLoud on Culture and Power

Just a simple illustration today: that culture is a landscape, but we feel the weather differently, dependant upon where we stand . This piece considers ‘power’ and the ways that it acts upon us. For example, our ‘reputation’ may be … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Culture

I’ve been working on illustrations for the new Culture Explorer Programme that kicks off this week: this work is really about interconnection and practice, considering what culture is, how it forms (through stories and an understanding of power), and how … Continue reading

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Culture

I’m exploring ideas around culture at the moment, tying together a few disparate threads: this piece illustrates four aspects of culture that are related, but different. We can see culture in terms of the offering and accessibility of opportunity. This … Continue reading

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My Practice #3

Over the last couple of days i have attempted to share a view of my own practice, and today i’ve sketched out a more dynamic view of how it fits together: of course this is an abstraction, a sketch of … Continue reading

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My Practice #2

Yesterday i shared a narrative around my own practice, as part of a pause as i consider my own development and space. Today i will add some detail around that picture: i do this not specifically in the sense that … Continue reading

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My Practice

My work is held in a principle of #WorkingOutLoud, whereby i share my evolving thinking as i travel. It’s reflective practice and in this work some ideas solidify, whilst others remain nebulous, or fail. There is an archaeology and architecture … Continue reading

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