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MC Library Hours: Week of March 11

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Mindful Mondays

ELITE Workshop: Using Micro-learning Strategies to Promote Student Success

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Category: Professional Development

Published: 2019-03-11 00:00:01.000

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
2 - 3 p.m.
Rockville, SC 461
Presenter: Laurent Ndeze

Micro-learning refers to instructional strategies utilizing 'bite sized' segments of course content, presented in a wide range of formats and using different platforms, including social media.
During this workshop, we will examine how you can use micro-learning strategies in your course design and delivery to increase attention span while minimizing constraints on the human brain. In addition, we will review samples and research supporting the idea that we learn better when engaged in short sessions than long sessions. Many educators have been showing interest in Micro-learning because digital technology makes it easier to create, deliver, and update small lessons that contribute to active learning. Students also value this innovative approach because of the accessibility, efficiency, and flexibility involved.

What you will learn includes:
*Benefits of using micro-learning in your teaching
*Effective modes/ formats for delivering micro-learning content
*Integrate micro-learning activities/objects into your course design
*Relationships with active learning

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