Little and often: the learning diet that advocates bitesize nuggets at regular intervals

It’s long been advised that learning should be split into bitesize chunks that are easier to digest. But what about when we should consume these? The combination of short assets and a spaced practice to digest them is becoming de rigeur in learning circles. So what does this mean for how we design learning programmes?

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