How do you describe learning?

Edgar Morris

How do you describe learning?

“Learning is the relatively permanent change in a person’s knowledge or behavior due to experience. “We define learning as the transformative process of taking in information that—when internalized and mixed with what we have experienced—changes what we know and builds on what we do.

Why real learning doesn’t occur in a classroom?

Learning do occur in the classrooms but its just for academic purposes where to grab marks and boast among others. The real goal of education or learning is to prepare a child to reach his adulthood, means to become a person with good morals, behavior and good problem solving and decision making skills.

Is learning only possible in the classroom?

Learning takes place not only in the classroom but also in our everyday lives. This is because to learn does not mean just to gain academic knowledge. Rather, learning refers to acquisition of any kind of knowledge that can give us instructions on how we should behave.

Does all learning happen in the classroom?

“Learning not only happens in the classroom. It’s also in eating, going outside and putting your clothes on. Everything is a learning opportunity” – Essi, Kindergarten Teacher, Jyväskylä, Finland. Now we know that everything we do with children from eating to tying shoelaces is a learning opportunity.

How does learning occur in the classroom?

Learning occurs best when the development of positive attitudes and perceptions is made part of every learning task. Students learn to think positively about themselves, their peers, and the material they are learning. Establish a relationship with each student in the class. Practice positive classroom behavior.