Fragmented Knowledge and Micro Learning


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Ivan Hudak

Head of the development department at TamaG,

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The more you know, the more you know you don't know.”
― Aristotle 

We all usually agree with this statement. And hear it in different ways. For instance:

The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know.”
― Albert Einstein

 

Zusammenfassung

Beim konventionellen Lernen versuchen wir, Wissen kapitelweise aufzunehmen: über Bücher, Seminareinheiten, Unterreichtseinheiten. Im Verhältnis zur Aufmerksamkeitsspanne unseres Gehirns sind diese Wissensblöcke zu groß. Während des Lernprozesses schaltet das Gehirn immer wieder ab, bevor eine neue Aufmerksamkeitsphase starten kann. Diese kurzen "Abschaltungen" fürhen zu einer fragmentierten Knowledge Map - Wissenselemente fehlen.Neben den biologischen Gründen gibt es viele weitere Ursachen, warum unser Wissen lückenhaft ist.

Wenn  - wie claVo - eine Lernsoftware diese Lücken erkennen kann und in der Lagen ist, diese Lücken punktgenau zu schließen, können mit verhältnismäßig geringem Aufwand sehr schnell überraschende Lernerfolge verzeichnet werden.

Why do we have Gaps in our Knowledge?

The answer is simple: "fragmented knowledge". Whatever we learn - there are always some gaps: something we didn't understand, we overlooked, forgot. Our knowledge becomes fragmented. Like this:

The more we learn and know - the more obvious the gaps are. From many islands of knowledge it's easier to see plenty of empty space.

But what if we need to apply some knowledge that is missing from our head? When working, we tend to forget the things we don't use often. But if a critical situation happens, we realize that the necessary area is blank! Critical does not happen very often, and we forget what was not needed for a while.

What shall we do? Learn all the university courses again and again? Life is too short for that!

However... there is a remedy. And it is micro-learning!

Micro-learning solutions detect the knowledge maps, identify the gaps and offer micro-lessons to fill in the empty spaces.

Is it efficient? 

Imagine: re-learning a course we pay 80% of our time to repeat the things we already know well. 20% we learn new (or restore forgotten).

With micro-learning we spend 1/5th of the re-learning time. And everything we learn with the micro-lessons is productive, valuable.

Please check out our micro-learning magic here!

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Norbert Pühringer
Krongasse 4
1050 Wien

n.puehringer@tamag.eu

Tel.: +431 914 47 42

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