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programmed learning

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Education
programmed learningˌprogrammed ˈlearning (also programmed instruction) noun [uncountable]  SEa method of learning in which the subject to be learned is divided into small parts, and you have to get one part right before you can go on to the next
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programmed learningThey can be used in a variety of ways, combined with other methods of instruction such as lectures and programmed learning.Much of the learning theory behind programmed learning advocacy has been challenged as narrow and over-simple.
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