From the title, you might think it’s about some form of exercise.
The missing word that precedes up, down, and sideways is
Chunking in NLP:
refers to a group of pieces of interrelated information that can be organized, then expanded upon in either a deductive (logical) or inductive (broader generalization) direction through the use of language.via Excellence Assured
Here’s how we can apply the concept of chunking to online learning.
From offline to online learning
An example of chunking down would be from a whole to a part.
Another example could be from a larger category to a specific product.
- Digital devices
- Mobile digital devices
How you can chunk down learning
Your learning starts with a big idea. You then narrow it down to a concept. Followed by a competency, which includes both knowledge and skill. And finally a task.
As such, always be asking “what task am I able to perform after learning this“?
Answering that question would result in more problem-oriented learning instead of content-oriented learning.
So what task are you able to perform after reading this?