Explore how learning has changed in the Social Age
Introduce a framework for the design of Scaffolded Social learning
Explore the 10 co-creative behaviors which sit at the heart of Social Learning
Look at how Stories and Storytelling sit at the heart of learning and
Learn how we can assess the success and ROI of Social Learning
Scaffolded Social Learning is a design framework that helps organizations adapt their view of learning to be fit for the Social Age. Formal learning is owned by the organization: it's a story that is 'done' to people. By contrast, Social Learning is co-created by the community itself: it brings together tacit, tribal knowledge, alongside the formal, and makes sense of it all.
Social Learning works most effectively when it's Scaffolded: where we create a narrative structure and use communities to co-create the meaning within that structure.
Scaffolded Social Learning is a fundamental shift in mindset, where we relinquish control of the story, while shaping the overall narrative. It helps people perform better.
In this podcast interview we speak with Jared Stein, Vice President of Research and Education at Instructure about the state of learning in today's workplaces. Among the topics discussed are the limitations to having so much knowledge at ...
Optimizing the workplace for constructive feedback is more important than ever. Employees, especially millennials, are hopping jobs more frequently; therefore, it is crucial to accelerate the path to productivity by providing positive and negative comments quickly to benefit from their skills before they’re gone. Think of employee feedback as an extension of social media—that’s what your employees expect from managers today.