Microlearning: The most effective learning method for employed working students


Since the beginning, EDU Effective Business School has focused on online education for adult working students. Our programs are designed to pack the most punch in the least amount of time while maintaining flexibility. All thanks to effective microlearning (the most flexible education method which we talked about in the last article)

Why do our students recommend this kind of study?

You create a new habit

EDU Microlearning will help you¬†develop a new habit¬†and¬†regularly pay attention¬†to¬†yourself¬†and¬†your¬†development.¬†By studying, you will learn, among other things, to take care of yourself regularly, and you will know that this is also possible with a busy diary of work and personal life. And after graduating, you can continue your self-development, so you don’t get stuck on the spot.

You’ll find that a small part of the day can be devoted to the development, for example, instead of spending time aimlessly surfing the Internet or social networks. Studying EDU Effective and your further personal development will bring you more.¬†It doesn’t matter if you follow up with another of our programs or other topics that we bring, or you dedicate time to another study, watching beneficial videos, reading books, listening to audiobooks, etc.

Creating this habit¬†is¬†one of the¬†other¬†goals of EDU Effective Business School, as it is an important habit, especially in today’s rapidly changing world.

Can I study more than one block a day?

The microlearning programs at EDU Effective Business School consist of ten modules, and each module has thirty daily fifteen-minute blocks.¬†However, if you want to¬†study more blocks, you¬†can.¬†After completing¬†each block, a¬†four-hour microlearning time delay¬†is included in the program. This is to¬†increase the benefits¬†and¬†efficiency¬†of your study. It is not a matter of studying as quickly as possible but being aware of the topics as much as possible and thinking about them.

In the meantime, you can¬†think¬†about the¬†content¬†and¬†realize how¬†to¬†make the most¬†of it¬†in practice. You can get acquainted with recommended videos and eBooks,¬†shareyour observations, suggestions, and tips¬†with others¬†(in the chat system or LinkedIn group set up for EDU Effective students), and thus¬†motivate¬†other students¬†to study.¬†Think about how to incorporate the knowledge from the ongoing study into working life and try it out in practice and thus consolidate it and experience it for further use, which is also a practical benefit of your research.

But, What if I can’t study one day?

Nothing happens!¬†Another advantage of studying with EDU microlearning is learning more daily blocks. You can¬†skip a day¬†and¬†follow up later¬†where you left off.

Final conclusion, benefits, and our tips for the most effective use of microlearning:

  • Microlearning is the most effective teaching method for adult working students.
  • Microlearning, i.e., an educational range divided into short fifteen-minute parts, allows you to study just when you have the time and desire to learn.
  • You always know where you left off and how to proceed – the student system guides you through your studies.
  • You always have an overview of how far you have been in the studio, how much you have behind you and how much you still have to complete your studies.
  • You can study more daily blocks and skip a day.
  • Use the microlearning time delay to expand your knowledge with other recommended content (videos, ebooks, audiobooks, etc.)
  • Attend volunteer webinars on a variety of topics
  • Share your observations, ideas, and tips with others (in the student system or the LinkedIn group set up for EDU Effective students) and motivate yourself the study with international students!
  • Think about how to incorporate the knowledge from the ongoing study into working life and try it out in practice and thus consolidate it and experience it for further use.
  • You will create a new habit – work on yourself regularly and develop it even after graduation.
  • Set a regular time when you want to study and record it in your daily schedule to achieve your goals better.

Top 10 reading tips and resources for you:

If you wish to know more about microlearning, we have interesting reading tips and resources for you. Go through practical examples from peer-reviewed academic journals and learn more about microlearning!

Practical examples:

  • 18 Amazing Microlearning Formats. Read Here EI Design. (2020).
  • How to Use Interactive Videos For Learner Engagement. Read Here EI Design. (2019).

Literature tips for today:

  • Emerson, L.C. and Berge, Z.L. (2018), Microlearning: Knowledge Management Applications and Competency-Based Training in the Workplace, UMBC Faculty Collection, Baltimore. ANO
  • Halbach, T. and Solheim, I. (2018), ‚ÄúGamified micro-learning for increased motivation: an exploratory study‚ÄĚ, 15th International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age (CELDA 2018).
  • MohammedWakil, G.S.K. and Nawroly, S.S. (2018), ‚ÄúThe effectiveness of microlearning to improve students‚Äô learning ability‚ÄĚ, International Journal of Educational Research Review, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 32-38.
  • Nikou, S.A. and Economides, A.A. (2018), ‚ÄúMobile-Based micro-learning and assessment: impact on learning performance and motivation of high school students‚ÄĚ, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Vol. 34 No. 3, pp. 269-278
  • Shail, M.S. (2019), ‚ÄúUsing micro-learning on mobile applications to increase knowledge retention and work performance: a review of literature‚ÄĚ, Cureus, Vol. 11 No. 8, e5307.

Interesting resources:

  • Norsanto, D., & Rosmansyah, Y. (2018). Gamified mobile micro-learning framework: A case study of civil service management learning. 2018 International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICOIACT), 146‚Äď151.
  • Correa, D., Isaza, F. A., Mazo, R., & Giraldo, G. L. (2018). CME–A Web Application Framework Learning Technique Based on Concerns, Micro-Learning and Examples. International Conference on Web Engineering, 17‚Äď32. Daniel, B. K. (2019).
  • Big Data and data science: A critical review of issues for educational research: Critical issues for educational research. British Journal of Educational Technology: Journal of the Council for Educational Technology, 50(1), 101‚Äď113.

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