4 Ways to Help Microlearning with Magic and Virtual Simulation
Microlearning is a useful training technique that creates short learning experiences. Microlearning is gaining use in different contexts. For example, prior to a large training event, small bursts of educational material can help trainees get their head in the game. In addition, quick training scenarios can help trainees retain the knowledge after the training is finished. Virtual simulation is an instructional method well suited to microlearning. However, to get virtual simulation to work with a microlearning approach, you might want to consider a few magic tricks.
An article in the Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare reviews how to consider using standard magic tricks to make simulation engaging. Thes