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rote learn·ing

the learning of arbitrary relationships, usually by repetition of the learning procedure through memorization and without an understanding of the relationships.
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rote learn·ing

(rōt lĕrn'ing)
The learning of arbitrary relationships, usually by repetition of the learning procedure through memorization and without an understanding of the relationships.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The problem is to scheme learning map for learning itinerary to achieve the learning goal.
Sears designed the learning map visual exercise and the follow-up town meetings to communicate the company's goals and vision more effectively, to provide the climate for managers to change their behaviour toward employees, and to have both managers and employees understand the importance of making better customer-orientated decisions.
Both action learning (as developed by Reginald Revans) and learning maps (root learning) are different in that they make use of a team approach.
Upon self-regulation, the learning map module provides L2 learners with a scheme with which to manage their learning, including making a learning plan, checking their learning process record, automatically arranging a learning schedule according to learners' plans, and delivering daily learning materials.
A blog-based dynamic learning map. Computers & Education, 51(1), 262-278.
The first is the Test Item Design Tool, which allows teachers to design test item for evaluating students' statuses, and the second is the Learning Map Design Tool, which provides an intuitive interface for teachers to organize their teaching courses and test items.
The third question evaluates whether or not the learning sequences provided by LSRS rendered the connections between the existing knowledge and new subjects, and the fourth question evaluates whether or not the recommended learning sequences offered a macro view, similar to a learning map, during the curriculum learning process.
The available space for creating those individual learning maps expanded two years after the school's opening with the addition of the fourth floor, enabling enrollment to double to its current size of 200 students.
It will assess employees and provide them and their managers with a roadmap for skill and competency gaps that is then customized automatically in Individualized Learning Maps within the system.
To raise the level of that literacy Cardinal has crafted "learning maps" for its 55,000 employees worldwide.
The cornerstone was an unusual tool known as learning maps, which use visuals and facilitated group discussions to engage employees.
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