Using Cynefin for learning design?

by Lilia Efimova on 26 April 2015

Eventually I’d like to get further in thinking about designing learning experiences using Cynefin as a framework (thanks Nancy for pointing to an update). I’m not 100% sure about designing learning experience as a term, but it’s way better than instructional design. Essentially I’d like to explore ways of recognising different domains from a learning facilitation perspective and zoom in into the complex domain in relation to others. Most of my interests are on the level of specific learning experiences and a bit up to principles/strategy/curriculum.

Cynefin as of 1st June 2014 by Dave Snowden, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia CommonsAs I was out of the learning field for a while and don’t have a good orientation on recent interesting experiences and thinking, I’d be happy for any references and links. This are some of the things I found so far, but hopefully there is more…

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1 Nancy White 27 April 2015 at 01:17

Watch Chris Corrigan’s blog. He has been mashing up Cynefin and facilitation and I think there are some related tendrils! http://www.chriscorrigan.com/parkinglot/blog/

2 Chris Corrigan 29 April 2015 at 14:00

Lila go on the cognitive edge website and look up the ASHEN tool. It’s one I used to help design courses and figure out how to teach what I know and works especially well in the complex domain. It was originally developed for knowledge management.

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