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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.

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.
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Most significantly, the teaching of Science invited inquiry that intuitively discounted rote learning.
On the reasons why rote learning methods remain prevalent in schools, experts noted that there are serious gaps in the content knowledge of teachers at all levels of the education system.
There should be less concentration on rote learning rather there should be more emphasis on developing student knowledge bases and determining their talents.
The CBSE from India, for example, is trying to make its curriculum application oriented rather than remain focused rote learning.
It is far more rewarding and will provide far deeper learning and retainment of knowledge by the user when compared against purely using physical written or rote learning, even via a video or television programme, as they are choosing what they are learning.
mathematical action rather than just rote learning will lead to deep
The spokesman said the old examination system promoted and measured rote learning in children and on the basis of how much a student remembered from the text book and reproduced on the day of the examination, passed or failed them.
Conclusion: Prior training of rote learning may provide experience to learn and reproduce bigger chunks of knowledge more effectively
With a system that advocates rote learning, young children are less encouraged to use play and exploration as learning devices: this book identifies the problems, provides a history of how this educational focus came to be, and, most importantly, uses real-life examines to show how to improve communication with young children.
Our education system is confined to rote learning but the CBCS facilitates learning in theory and practice.
Mr Kavanagh said: "In common with many other countries in that part of the world - Singapore, Hong Kong, China - the education system in Malaysia is quite rigid, with a strong focus on rote learning.