Wearable Learning is beginning to emerge as one of the earmarks of the transition from the mobile age to the wearable era. This paper provides an insight into the conceptual framework of wearable learning as part of the R&D project called “Fitness MOOC - interaction of seniors with wearable fitness trackers in the MOOC (fMOOC)”. The fMOOC project is a cooperation between Beuth University of Applied Sciences and the Geriatric Research Center at Charité - one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. The project aims at developing a technology-enhanced learning solution combining the MOOC approach with elements of mobile and wearable learning. This paper focuses on the conceptual framework of the fMOOC informing the technical development. In particular, this paper discusses the potential of wearable technologies for creative learning as part of healthy ageing, exploring of links between creativity, learning and healthy ageing.