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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The lecturer singled out 4 directions, which, in his opinion, it is necessary to develop in oneself: this is the ability to prioritize, adaptability and readiness to learn, the ability to control energy, observe a balance of ambition and psychological safety.
There is now increased confidence in planning and delivering activities YSGOL PEN COCH (FLINT) Uses a range of interventions, including a virtual reality room, that have had a significant impact on pupils' wellbeing, engagement and readiness to learn YSGOL GYNRADD TALYSARN (NEAR CAERNARFON) Has helped parents overcome obstacles in supporting their children's learning.
It aims to energise children and staff, boosting everyone's readiness to learn.
A--Assessment of readiness to learn needs to occur before an education class is scheduled.
Some theorists argue that we are living in a period of disruptive innovation and intense volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity or VUCA, which requires an adaptive approach to strategy formation, based on heightened readiness to learn, experiment and scale up changes to strategy.
Mature adult students enter college with a readiness to learn focused on supporting their current life situation and fulfilling immediate goals.
It also examines whether use of e-learning tools and method of teaching delivery moderates the relationship between student readiness to learn and the students' ability to synthesize information learned during the semester.
PDK CEO Joshua Starr will become a co-chair of the Broader Bolder Approach to Education, a national campaign that acknowledges the impact of social and economic disadvantage on schools and students and proposes evidence-based policies to improve schools and remedy conditions that limit many children's readiness to learn.
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.
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.
There is strong evidence demonstrating that children's readiness to learn affects their school success, overall developmental outcomes and future life achievements (McCain, Mustard & Shanker, 2007).
Cultivating ambition and a readiness to learn and do well are vital.