rote learning

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Noun1.rote learning - memorization by repetition
committal to memory, memorisation, memorization - learning so as to be able to remember verbatim; "the actor's memorization of his lines"
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The National Curriculum Framework (NCF), 2005 recommends measures like reduction of curriculum load, emphasis on comprehension and application of knowledge, focus on continuous and comprehensive evaluation, emphasis on testing of competencies rather than rote memory, making examinations more flexible, provision of guidance and counseling in schools, and making learning child-centric.
It's not just rote memory, it's associate and emotional memory.
Lots of what we were required to learn was by rote memory.
If you go back historically, our grades were based on rote memory and all our tests were rote memory.
Before, it was just all rote memory for him but now nakuha na niya 'yung concept ng Math at natutuwa siya.
Numbers are abstract and children learn to count them first through rote memory.
While memorization gives the mind some exercise, I believe that testing rote memory should not be considered for a grade as it is the lowest form of "learning.
Surprisingly, the people with stellar autobiographical memory did not score higher on routine laboratory memory tests or when asked to use rote memory aids.
The educational system, based on rote memory and drill, doesn't teach children how to learn.
But it suggests that the use of search engines is causing our brains to reorganize where it goes for information, adapting to new computing technologies rather than relying solely on rote memory.
Using clear illustrations of sticks and steps, the author employs a multi-sensory system of teaching and learning that is superior to the rote memory so often expected of children learning to multiply and divide.