Learning Design & Development

Creating Active Learning Environments

Designing learning environments is more to me than aligning needs with objectives with requirements with content with activities with assessment. The one constant in my work as an adult educator is orchestrating the optimal social and physical conditions for a particular learning objective. In other words, provide the right growing medium, nutrients and elements so that learners have all the best possible conditions to grow.

Learnscaping is how I think of designing learning interventions: designing spaces for active engagement of learners with their learning.

Learning and Knowing

My approach to learning design reflects my views on learning and knowing.This concept map illustrates my understanding of learning and knowing.

As you can see, it’s not very linear! It reflects my belief in the recursivity of learning.

Disclaimer: This weblog contains the opinions and ideas of Bonnie Johnston. While there may be references to my work and content which relates directly to my work, the ideas are mine alone and are not necessarily shared by my employer. This is my space, I pay for it.

(Taken entirely from Heather Ross via McToonish’s Disclaimer)