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learn

(lĕrn)
To gain knowledge, understanding, or skill through study or practice.
[O.E. leornian]
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All campuses of the university offer a learner-friendly environment featuring latter-day classrooms, state-of-the-art science laboratories, internet-powered ICT arrangements, and well-provided libraries with latest books and journals.
We hope this exchange of ideas will help you develop your own creative ideas to make your classrooms more interesting and learner-friendly.
In the learner-friendly 125cc class, Honda's popular XL125V Varadero has a striking new Shasta White colour scheme with a black tank.
It was by no means a world-class surf spot, he said, but it had fun, learner-friendly waves.
She insisted that e-learning was more learner-friendly alternative because a teacher would act very differently in an online environment.
In addition to keeping the excellent learner-friendly features from the past, now there is enhanced audio support to aid ESL and ELL students.
ILM chief executive Penny de Valk said: "We are delighted to be pioneering this far more flexible and learner-friendly approach to skills development, which will be particularly relevant and beneficial to the UK's leaders, managers and organisations.
It particularly aims to enable them to develop confidence in study skills and fosters a learner-friendly approach which recognises the joys and strains of studying for professional practice.