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Self-Learning

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Irrespective of what a person is doing, the entire brain is generally active and, depending on the task, some areas are more active than others. 

People can always learn new ideas and new skills, not by tapping into some unused part of the brain, but by forming new or stronger connections between nerve cells.

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Chunking
This is the idea of breaking what you want to learn into concepts. 

The goal is to learn each concept in a way that they each become like a well-known puzzle piece. 

In order to master a concept, you not only need to know it but also to know how it fits into the bigger picture.

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The answer is “No.” It is true that microlearning is a popular approach and makes learning simple, but it has some limitations. Microlearning cannot and should not be used in all situations. In the case of microlearning, the content is segregated into bite-sized nuggets focused on specific learning outcomes that address specific topics or skills, and it is really useful for employee training and also as a refresher after formal training. 

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