Bite-sized Learning Could be Useful for Dyslexic, ADD and E learners
Submitted by Jenny on Sat, 2018-01-20 16:50
What is it and why it could work?
“Bite sized nuggets of content that are easy to consume, sometimes they're images or image-based, whose meaning can be grasped quickly. It's faster than reading.
- Bite-sized learning improves psychological engagement.
- Bite-sized modules take full advantage of our natural energy ebb and flow.
- Our attention span is short, so we need to keep it short.
- Learners operate on a recurrent pattern of activity and rest.
- That's why giving bite-sized information while they are at the peak of their energy levels often leads to successful results.
- This content format speaks directly to their attention span. Their sharp bursts of energy are a good match for just the right amount of information.
- It's easy to scan a page with bullet points of quick, meaningful information.
- Bite-size chunks of content hack the limits of our working memory.
- Bite-size content is easier to digest, understand and remember.
- Group similar content so the relevance of points is seen.
- It allows to better associate, recall and focus on a certain group of information.
- Bite-sized learning can lead to better learning results and business outcomes.
- Bite-sized learning is also about getting maximum benefits through minimal input.
- It's about short yet relevant chunks of information based on the needs of learners. It's the 80/20 principle.
- Bite-sized learning adapts to modern-day learners.
- Bite-sized learning, unlike the traditional approach, focuses on meeting the needs of modern learners.
- It perfectly suits their information-rich lifestyle.
- It enables to get information anytime and anywhere.
- People can learn on their spare time and learn only what they're interested in.
The Age of Bite-sized Learning: What is It and Why It Works
By Karla Gutierrez