Social Learning is for your organisation
A dynamic organisation will ensure that learning is designed to be effective, whilst also gaining cost efficiencies from new learning approaches.
The Learning Organisation
A true ‘Learning Organisation’ is one that is great to learn in, but which also learns itself. It uses ‘formal’ learning spaces, where it writes the story, as well as Social Learning approaches, where we tap into the tacit, tribal, knowledge of the community itself.
Scaffolded Social Learning
To develop Social Learning, we need a new methodology: Julian Stodd’s Scaffolded Social Learning Methodology balances formal elements with socially co-created ones. We work with Learning teams to build capability in Social Learning design.
We work with organisations to build their own Learning Architecture, a holistic approach, based on sounds learning science and pedagogy, to design effective learning.
Our Learning Capability Programmes
Future of Learning Workshop – Emergent and Innovative Technologies
This is a future facing session for people who want to look not just at the developments happening now, but at the things you’ll need to put in place to shape tomorrow. It’s not about specific technologies, but rather categories of technology and the ways they’ll transform learning. How will wearable tech will impact on performance? What about AI and its impact on knowledge, and the impact of collaborative platforms on knowledge itself?
Learning Capability Workshops
These are one or two day workshops covering:
- Learning Methodology – Instructional Design Capability
- Designing Effective Social Learning – Scaffolded Social Learning
- Choreography in Learning – Running Orders
- Designing Effective Mobile Learning
- Games in Learning – Dynamics vs Mechanics
- Assessment in Learning – Metrics and Measurement
Building and Running Learning Communities
We provide structure and support in forming, developing and managing your communities, with technology in place to support. This includes:
- Strategy and Planning
- Rules and Moderation
- Core Skills for Learners [links to Social Capital in Social Leadership]
Using Storytelling in Learning
Stories are powerful in learning. You use them to preserve knowledge, share ideas and draw people closer together in communities. You will work with three levels of storytelling – individual, co-created and the organisational. We also consider the technologies that enable stories to be shared.