How microlearning can result in deep learning

The Greek philosopher Plato once declared that ‘knowledge is the food of the soul.’ Classical philosophy posits that any meaningful learning must combine an existential knowledge of the self alongside the cognitive domain. In this sense, deep learning goes beyond learning ‘content,’ and is more concerned with the gaining of long-term wisdom and critical competencies that interact with our environment and can be transferred and revised in different contexts. If deep learning elicits deep understandings and profound change, it certainly is, as Plato declared, ‘food of the soul.’

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