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to gain knowledge or mastery of by study

to commit to memory

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to obtain knowledge or awareness of something not known before, as through observation or study

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MOUNTAIN VIEW: Grades K-5, a Tujunga LEARN school with 100 open seats.
When your child comes home from school, you should certainly ask, as you hopefully do now, "What did you learn in school today?
Preparing students to contribute to the profession, their community and society also entails assessing how they learn.
As recommended with other diverse populations, school counselors must attempt to learn about and understand the experiential worldviews of students with learning disabilities.
By leveraging workflow learning and Web Services, DAU learners will increasingly be unleashed from the classroom and even the desktop, as learning becomes available though a variety of on-the-job informal processes, such as mobile and handheld devices that account for 90 percent of how people really learn in the enterprise.
3) Readiness to learn: Adults become ready to learn things that they need to know or be able to do to fulfill their role in society.
Still another should address the details of students' cognitive and affective processes as they engage with the steps in information literacy and learn to use information to formulate increasingly mature and complex mental models.
Many clients have limited interests because they have had relatively little opportunity to learn about alternative activities.
CQI efforts would be better served if the entire group were given the opportunity to learn how to improve the quality of their experiential learning process - their reason for existence.
When you think of what is involved in the "three R's"--reading, writing, and `rithmetic--it's astounding that most of us do learn them.
gives professionals from the public and private sectors, policymakers, contractors, military personnel, government administrators, educators and experts in the game development arena an opportunity to meet and learn from successful serious games applications, as well as forge links between the traditional videogame industry and program managers for homeland security, state and local governments, military agencies, and educational institutions.
Students learn through the involvement of parents, who provide knowledge of the culture.
Adult learners possess a different self-image, more life experiences, the fear of failure, a greater expectation to immediately use learning, a diminished speed and retention of learning, and some basic physical differences that can impact their abilities to learn.
All this work reveals a growing awareness that EIRs provide a critical venue for helping students learn concepts and skills that are essential in the information age -- abilities to access, evaluate, and use information to build knowledge, to think critically, and to solve problems.