Making Small Learnings Work

The label "micro-learning" refuses to die. You’d think, like most hype-driven buzzwords, it would have faded away. Its very persistence suggests, instead, that there’s some legitimate appeal. And, given that I’ve been an advocate of (and blog at) learnlets, I should agree. So, why am I resistant? And, more importantly, what’s involved in making small learnings work?

I get the appeal, really I do. The notion of small chunks of content isn’t just driven by the advent of mobile devices. There’s a tight coupling with how our brains work. It’s just that there’re problems with the label. And, frankly, labels matter.

Why Labels Matter in Learning

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