Using microlearning effectively: Why small is the new big. – a webinar by Marianna Goral

Dear Colleagues,

IATEFL Poland and Marianna Goral, Curriculum Development Manager for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators,

have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar

Using microlearning effectively: Why small is the new big.


In this webinar we will explore the emerging pedagogy of microlearning and how this relates to today’s learning landscape. We will explore some of the science and data that supports this effective learning method, as well as, looking at examples of how a micro content strategy can create more impactful learning opportunities for your learners. Some of the questions we will be answering are as follows:

What is microlearning?

When should I use it?

What is the evidence that it works?

How can I incorporate microlearning in my lessons?

How can I measure the impact of microlearning?

Professional profile

Marianna Goral

Marianna is currently a Curriculum Development Manager at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London, where she leads on the institute’s online educational offer and product development.

Prior to this, Marianna was an English as a Foreign Language Teacher (EFL) and English for Academic Purposes Lecturer (EAP) for more than 19 years. She is also an Educational Consultant, a Researcher, a Teacher Trainer, International English Language Testing System Examiner, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Author of academic articles and a book contributor. Her career has taken her across the globe where she has worked in Vietnam, Austria, Norway, Turkey and Italy.

Marianna started her teaching journey at Berlitz, Poland training C-Suite mangers for companies like Cussons, Bosch and Volkswagen. She then moved to London and worked for various British Council Accredited Schools as a EFL Teacher. In 2009 she became an English for Academic Purposes Lecturer. As well as designing and delivering EAP modules, Marianna focused on Exploratory Practice research. Over the past 7 years, she has presented her project findings at a variety of international conferences and contributing articles to academic journals on the subject.

Alongside her colleagues Marianna was awarded best British educational research and scholarly work in education by the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Committee in 2016 for Exploratory Practice research work. Marianna shares her research journey in a book publication titled: ‘Exploratory Practice for Continuing Professional Development’ publish by Palgrave Macmillan.


On behalf of IATEFL Poland

Webinar organisers:

Anna Rogalewicz-Gałucka

Chief Administrative Officer


Lucyna Wilinkiewicz-Górniak

Webinars’ Coordinator

Kraków Region Representative


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