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Content Chunking Strategies for eLearning and Instructional Design

articles and videos looking at how teachers are currently using chunks in designing their online courses

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Article nngroup.com
How Chunking Helps Content Processing
"Break your text and multimedia content into smaller chunks to make it easier for users to understand and remember information. Summary: Chunking is a ...



Video coursera.org
Lecture 17 - How to Form a Chunk - Part 1
"Learning How to Learn", Coursera, Dr. Barbara Oakley, University of California, San Diego "how to make a chunk. If you're learning to play a difficu...



Video coursera.org
Lecture 15 - Introduction to Chunking
"Learning how to Learn", Coursera, Dr. Barbara Oakley, University of California, San Diego "This week, we're going to be talking about chunks, compac...



Chunking Information for Instructional Design
"If we ran a contest for the favorite esoteric word of Instructional Designers, the term “chunking” might win. It’s a concept embedded in the world of i...



The Most Important Rule in Product Design, and Possibly Life Management
The Most Important Rule in UX Design that Everyone Breaks “The Rule: Always organize elements of information in categories no larger than 9, but pre...



Article linkedin.com
The Science Behind TED's 18-Minute Rule | Carmine Gallo
TED talks are inspiring, educational, informative, and wildly addictive. The length of a TED talk—18 minutes—is one of the key reasons behind the format...



Article theguardian.com
Paul Kelley: Give kids the space to learn | Science | The Guardian
Pioneering headteacher Paul Kelley explains his revolutionary 'spaced learning' technique for children to Kate Kellaway "In spaced learning, you have...



Video youtu.be
5 LIFE HACKS That Will MOTIVATE You To Do ANYTHING (#1. Chunking)
This is Lesson #9 of the Tamed Course. In this video we're going to learn about 5 of the most powerful psychological factors that effect our levels of w...



Chunking in Language acquisition - Wikipedia
"The central idea of these theories is that language development occurs through the incremental acquisition of meaningful chunks of elementary constitue...



Chunking (psychology) - Wikipedia
In cognitive psychology, chunking is a process by which individual pieces of information are bound together into a meaningful whole (Neath & Surprenant,...


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