In this episode, Dr. Nancy Miller joins to discuss the concept of “microlearning” – what it is, how it works in a classroom setting, and why it might be the perfect choice for boosting engagement. You’ll also hear how Rumie, the platform we spotlight today, can save you time whether you’re new to the idea of microlearning or you’re a microlearning pro!
Today’s episode is titled “The Power of Microlearning: How to Save Time & Boost Engagement – Bonus Episode with Rumie” and it was so great having the chance to chat with Dr. Nancy Miller. Nancy and I talked about the concept of microlearning – what it is, how it works in a classroom setting, and why it might be the perfect choice for boosting engagement. If you’re new to the idea of microlearning, this episode is for you. Or if you’re a “microlearning pro” then you’ll want to hear all about Rumie, the platform we spotlight today, too.
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Tips for Microlearning
- First, use small chunks of information
- Next, incorporate social sharing.
- Then, model lifelong learning.
- Finally, use microlearning content as a social activity.
Sponsored by Rumie
Ready to level up your lessons? This episode is sponsored by Rumie. Rumie is a charity with the mission of making learning accessible to all learners. As the student profile evolves, students are learning at times of their own convenience. Rumie strives to meet learners where they are, providing the easy scenario of mobile, microlearning. The organization has data science around the impact of microlearning and improving learner retention with learners ages 15 to 25. Rumie’s microlearning courses are 22% more effective than traditional courses. Go to rumie.org to learn more and attend one of their free microlearning workshops!
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