Selective Attention Span Shapes the Length of Effective Instructional Experiences

Jun 18, 2019

Widely accepted claims about the decreasing attention span of learners may not be justified by current research. That research examines the nature of attention and creates new models for how we can better adapt instruction to maximize learning. Short instructional sequences such as micro-credentials and nano degrees fit into what should be a full spectrum of learning opportunities.

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