As they gear up for the 2022-23 academic year, K-12 administrators are looking to provide teachers with the resources they need to close the achievement gaps that widened during the pandemic’s disruption of learning norms.
Microlearning — which presents learning content in engaging, bite-sized chunks — fulfills that need. While it has been applied to employee learning and development, its benefits translate well to K-12 education. Each mini lesson enhances students’ understanding of the subject matter and builds their confidence as they advance from one level to the next.
This playbook shows K-12 administrators why they should invest in microlearning to enable their teachers to equip every student with the tools to win academically. It highlights:
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