mislearn

mislearn

(ˌmɪsˈlɜːn)
vb (tr) , -learns, -learning, -learned (-lɜːnd) or -learnt
to learn badly or incorrectly
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that children learn or mislearn what a child and what a parent is, what the caste of characters may be in the drama into which they have been born and what the ways of the world are.
You can't mislearn Shakespeare because of the verse."
It is through hearing stories about wicked stepmothers, lost children, good but misguided kings, wolves that suckle twin boys, youngest sons who receive no inheritance but must make their own way in the world and eldest sons who waste their inheritance on riotous living and go into exile to live with the swine, that children learn or mislearn both what a child is and what a parent is, what the cast of characters may be in the drama into which they have been born and what the ways of the world are.").
It notes that modifications to language take place with every new generation, as children learn, or sometimes mislearn, the vernacular of their new world, with lasting impacts to the language itself.
Third, students with high abilities in math are more likely to forget or mislearn science and mathematics content when they review it more than two or three times.
Learning from catastrophes is an imprecise art, as the many satirical permutations of "lessons learned" shows (e.g., lessons encountered, lessons noted, and lessons mislearned).
The French Young School was based almost entirely on an exaggerated view of the benefits of the new technologies and on mislearned lessons from the Austro-Italian War of 1866, reinforced by France's dismal economic situation in the aftermath of the war with Prussia in 1870-71.
Because body maps are learned, they can be mislearned due to inappropriate models, faulty information, poor habits, or faulty sensory perceptions.
The higher the level of war, the greater the importance of the lessons learned or mislearned. Also, the higher the level, the longer the value of the lessons.
The singing voice has a similar timbre, the halfplucked, half-strummed guitar mislearned (perfectly!) from the same textbook and the orchestration, though more lush on the former, lends both sets of songs a dark importance.
Hurley, "The Bekaa Valley Air Battle, June 1982: Lessons Mislearned?" Airpower Journal 3, no.