4 Reasons Why EdApp is the Best Learning App

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E-learning is a necessary tool for taking education to the next level. However, we still have a long way to go before e-learning will replace the traditional educational methods. Nonetheless, we are on the right path. Nowadays there are countless apps that promise to deliver the full e-learning experience, but most of them still employ conventional educational practices. Just because you make information available online, that doesn’t mean that you are delivering a modern educational experience. This is where EdApp manages to rise above its competitors, as it employs modern learning techniques which completely revolutionize the way in which we approach education. It is based on 4 modern concepts that are meant to maximize your learning efforts, in order to help you accumulate information faster and more efficiently.

1. Microlearning
If you take a look at the https://www.edapp.com/ website, you will see that microlearning is the core of this learning app. This concept takes away useless, general information from a subject, and delivers only the most relevant content, in small bite-sized lessons. It has already been scientifically proven that learning small pieces of information in a frequent, structured manner is a lot more efficient that trying to learn large amounts of information at a lower frequency. Not only this, but microlearning makes it easy for anyone to make time for education, especially for working adults that are struggling with busy schedules. After all, any person, no matter how busy they are, can find a few minutes per day to learn something new.

2. Gamification
As the name suggests, gamification is a concept that uses game elements for different purposes. In education, gamification is used for motivational purposes. First of all, EdApp uses badges in order to reward the users for completing their lessons. Secondly, it allows trainers and educators to include even real rewards in the system, according to their budgets. For example, a company that uses EdApp to train its employees, can use a financial reward system for the employees that have the best results during the training. Not only that, but the app also allows you to populate the content with game templates to increase the engagement of the users and to reinforce learning.

3. Active learning
This concept is used to encourage the users to interact with the content, in order to better understand and retain the information. Thus, the learners are not just passively going through the lessons, but they have to solve different challenges and problems. This doesn’t just help them retain the information better, but it also teaches them how to apply what they are learning in real situations.

4. Spaced repetition
This concept was first coined by the Harvard University and it has been proven to increase knowledge by 50%, while also encouraging information retention by up to two years. Spaced repetition can only be used in combination with microlearning, which allows the students to quickly revise content that they learned in the past.

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