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How do you interpret learning is the discovery of the personal meaning and relevance of ideas
Learning is where you open your mind to new concepts and ideas and as well internalize it and understand its pieces. That is the reason why learning is another process of discovering more personal meaning and relevance of ideas.
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User: learning is a consequence of experience

User: How do you interpret learning is a consequence of experience?

User: can give example?

User: How do you interpret learning is the discovery of the personal meaning and relevance of ideas

Weegy: Learning is where you open your mind to new concepts and ideas and as well internalize it and understand its pieces. That is the reason why learning is another process of discovering more personal meaning and relevance of ideas.
Expert answered|altheacool|Points 25|

User: can you give me principles of learning in your own words

Weegy: Exert efforts in organizing, Set clear as crystal water expectations, Equal and Credible Evaluations, Recognize accomplishments, Socialize intelligence, Manage in learning by yourself.
Expert answered|altheacool|Points 25|

User: can you give 3 more principles of learning in your own words

Weegy: Treat learning as your apprenticeship, Manage your time in learning, Learning is a step by step process.
Expert answered|altheacool|Points 25|

User: if your lesson is all about noun?what are examples of facts mentioned in the lesson?

Weegy: house, table
Expert answered|altheacool|Points 25|

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