Blended Learning – How microlearning helps make it better

Blended learning is becoming an increasingly popular teaching and training methodology within classrooms and business training environments alike. The same can be said for microlearning, but how can these two effective learning practices coexist and enhance each other?  

What is Blended Learning 

Blended learning is when knowledge transfer encompasses a combination of offline and online learning with an element of self-directed learning. Clifford Maxwell adds that it, “Has its roots in online learning and represents a fundamental shift in instruction that has the potential to optimize for the individual student in ways that traditional instruction never could.” It can be formal and non formal.  

At EdApp, our instructional designers work with L&D professionals within many organisations. One of the key ways in which microlearning is embraced as part of a blended learning strategy is through reinforcement and the embedding of knowledge. It’s not hard to see why.  

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