Associations to the word «Learning»
LEARNING, verb. Present participle of learn
LEARNING, noun. (uncountable) An act in which something is learned.
LEARNING, noun. (uncountable) Accumulated knowledge.
LEARNING, noun. (countable) Something that has been learned
LEARNING CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, noun. (computing) A software system for the creation, management and transfer of learning content.
LEARNING CURVE, noun. A visualization of the progress of learning as function of experience.
LEARNING CURVE, noun. (by extension) A measure of how much there is to learn in a restricted amount of time
LEARNING CURVES, noun. Plural of learning curve
LEARNING DIFFCULTY, noun. (chiefly UK) Any medically recognized condition (as opposed to a disease) that inhibits a person's ability to function in the world.
LEARNING DIFFICULTIES, noun. Plural of learning diffculty
LEARNING DIFFICULTIES, noun. (UK) (euphemistic) Any of a series of medically recognized conditions (as opposed to diseases) that inhibits a person's ability to function in the world.
LEARNING DISABILITIES, noun. Plural of learning disability
LEARNING DISABILITY, noun. A disability which prevents the sufferer from learning in a typical manner.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE, noun. Any fact, technique or other outcome that a student is expected to learn or achieve at the end of a specific course of instruction
LEARNING OBJECTIVES, noun. Plural of learning objective
LEARNING SEASON, noun. Any time or occasion suitable or natural for gaining understanding, values, wisdom, knowledge, or skill.
LEARNING SEASONS, noun. Plural of learning season
LEARNING THE HARD WAY, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of learn the hard way
LEARNING, noun. The cognitive process of acquiring skill or knowledge; "the child's acquisition of language".
LEARNING, noun. Profound scholarly knowledge.
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