Micro-workshops: The time has come

Micro-workshops are not the classroom equivalent of micro-learning. They are not short (5 to 10 minutes) learning bytes that are mostly consumed online. A micro-workshop is a focused and intense learning experience that is broken into smaller 45 to 60-minute sessions (we call them skill drills) that are paced to match the attention span of adult learners. Here my arguments for why micro-workshops present a powerful alternative to (if not completely replace) the traditional classroom training format.

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