5 Tips to Make Microlearning Successful

How do you prefer to have your veggies? Chopped well cooked? Or would you rather just let the whole vegetable cook at once and then slice it into pieces? Rather odd choice if you choose the latter. The point here, is that when chopped and bite-sized food is easier to be digested and the same goes for eLearning too at times.

And, just like that Microlearning makes the grand entrance!

We have already discussed about what microlearning is, discussed about its importance, and also looked at how it differs from traditional eLearning.

In this post, we will focus on some key aspects to be considered while creating Microlearning. Below are 5 tips to make Microlearning successful.

# Tip 1 – Backward Design

Identify the results desired and then design activities that will make desired results happen. Microlearning is outcome oriented and so following the backward design method or using approaches like action-mapping can easily assist in creating bite-sized modules that perfectly fit the purpose.

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