8 Benefits of using microlearning when teaching students online

Learning has always seemed a little bit magical. When a student learns something new, you can actually see a physical reaction: maybe they raise their heads, open their mouths, and widen their eyes. One can say there’s a sparkle there — the magical sparkle of knowledge. But neuroscientists have discovered that that spark is not magical at all; it’s a normal reaction to creating new connections in the brain.

The human brain changes continuously throughout an individual’s life — a phenomenon known as neuroplasticity — and learning greatly influences it. Each new lesson creates and strenghtens new pathways, essentially shaping your students’ brains.

Divide and conquer: microlearning

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