readiness to learn

read·i·ness to learn

(red'ē-nĕs lĕrn)
nursing Time when patient, staff, and other learners demonstrate interest in learning; receptiveness to learning and willingness and ability to participate in the learning process.
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Successful public education requires development of three key pillars: readiness to learn of the learners; qualify teachers; and a school culture that supports pillars one and two.
Teachers need to take into account the contingencies of each situation they encounter and use their flexibility, innovation and leadership to identify with each student's level of readiness to learn and seek the best ways to reach them.
According to Alberto Carvalho, Superintendent of Miami-Dade Public Schools, homeless children face many challenges, one of the biggest ones involve readiness to learn.
Cultivating ambition and a readiness to learn and do well are vital.
Not only are teachers concerned about children's weight loss, they've also noticed a difference in their readiness to learn when they're back in the classroom.
Of the 39% of teachers who say there are pupils in their school who do not get enough to eat over the school holidays, more than a third of staff notice children returning to class with signs of weight loss and 43% have seen a noticeable difference in their readiness to learn when they return for the new term.
Not only a| teachers concerned about children's weight loss, they've also noticed a difference in their readiness to learn when they're back in the classroom.
In recent years, medical researchers have come to realise that teaching is not enough to change behaviour--we must first assess readiness to learn.
In an indication of his team's readiness to learn from mistakes quickly, Dhoni, in fact, expressed happiness that the defeat came during the round-robin stage.
The Assembly's children's committee was told by the NASUWT Cymru that key factors contributing to poor pupil behaviour and attendance included a lack of parental support, low aspirations of pupils and families, lack of readiness to learn, lack of enforcement of school rules, and a lack of engagement with the curriculum.
This introduction serves to help participants understand the benefit of the material and increases their readiness to learn (Knowles, Holton, & Swanson).
Instead, he pointed to his readiness to learn and a humility that his dwindling band of critics seem unable to see.