What will the world of education look like in, say, five years? With digital transformation, artificial intelligence, and new learning technologies reshaping how we work, learn, and interact, it’s hard to predict the future. But staying ahead of the curve requires continuous innovation and a forward-thinking mindset. Learners demand more from their educational experiences than […]
My guest this week is Kate Udalova, who is the founder, creator and driving force behind 7taps, which seeks to bring everyone into microlearning easily.
Presented by eThink Education. Get a free gift courtesy of eThink and Vado at the bottom. Elearning content and Learning Management Systems go hand in hand. If you’re interested in digital learning, you need both in order to sustain an effective learning program. Creating content for your LMS, however, can seem like a daunting project. […]
Repetition is a staple of skill acquisition. Meaningful practice, under almost every educational model, involves repetition as a skill acquisition prerogative. A premise which hasn’t been more alive today than in microlearning. Given the constraints and focuses, (limited time, attention span), the ideal microlearning design should leverage context-aware repetition. It could follow in a number […]
Since the introduction of degrees, education faces an ongoing battle against its own evidence. For reasons exceeding my understanding and our scope, everyone settled on academic credentials, which by definition attest to what a person did to learn, not the actual outcomes of the learning. As a result, a credential is only valuable as the […]
More for Moodlepreneurs here. Why does the suffix ‘micro-’ seem to enjoy a feeling of hipness or modernity, even when it is so blatantly unfounded? It might have to do with the fact that it points to an elementary, or basic understanding of something. This would suggest that, if you are interested in “selling” microlearning, […]
The definition of microlearning is easy to guess using only its name, or by the common adjective used to describe it: “bite-sized.” But while the words are illustrative enough, they might conceal the short but relatively rich history of microlearning developments, particularly in EdTech. However, these developments have mostly stemmed from the corporate learning context, […]