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Micro Learning: Size Does Matter

Sydney TBA (TBA)

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This is a session at the AITD2016 conference



Brain based study has shown that “physiologically, your neurons are keen and alert for no more than 20 consecutive minutes. At the end of those 20 minutes, your neurons have gone from full-fledged alert to total collapse”.

Not only is micro learning beneficial for your brain, it provides an opportunity to learn in a time effective manner in our busy day to day lives.

In this session we will explore a range of tools and tips that learning designers might use to create more bite sized learning objects, that can be stand-alone resources or part of a greater learning experience.

Session Highlights:

  1. How to reduce cognitive load using micro learning
  2. The challenges and opportunities for micro learning
  3. The 7 step process for creating bite sized learning

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