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Micro-learning: When less is more In-Person

Traditionally, post-secondary educators utilize a process-driven model to design and develop courses.  For example, the ADDIE model includes five phases: analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation; the process might last 6-12 months from the start to finish.  However, this instructional design model might not suit the needs of some learners, especially when the subject matter itself changes rapidly.

As its name suggests, learning content designed with microlearning in mind tends to be bit-sized digital-based instructions containing only one measurable skill-based learning outcome and one quick assessment.  This workshop will examine some of the current leading theories on micro-learning and demonstrate some of the mêskanâs activities instructors can use to build micro-lectures.

 

Date:
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Time:
10:00am - 10:50am
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
7-269 (Multipurpose Room)
Campus:
MacEwan University
Audience:
  Faculty  
Categories:
  Intermediate     Pedagogy-focused  
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Event Organizer

Mavis Leung

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