Microlearning in language training: what is it and what is it for?

Microlearning isn’t a new concept in language learning; however it is gaining momentum due to specialization in learning and student demands for a personalized experience. Increasingly, language centers, schools and institutions segment their courses in order to achieve more specific objectives. This multiplies the offer and allows students to specialize. One language training program can be divided into various microlearning modules, allowing students to focus on the subjects and topics which are the most useful to them, that they consider to be the most interesting, or in the areas where they have shown weaknesses.


What is microlearning?

Microlearning, also known as instant learning due to its immediacy of use also goes by the names learning pills or knowledge pills. That is to say, short lessons that are used to impart specific knowledge or to revise previously covered areas with new exercises.

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