Good morning to everyone in this room. Sincere thanks to the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends. I’m here to give a speech on learning. Learning is a lifelong process that involves converting knowledge and skills from information and experience. My understanding of learning is that it includes both the student and the educator and results in the gain of both knowledge and capability.
To be able to access more full ideas and enjoy the process of learning, students should become accustomed to understanding partial concepts. This is due to the possibility that prior knowledge may change as a result of learning the threshold ideas.
Students must thus be willing to acknowledge that they acquire transient understandings at each level of the learning process. This issue becomes more serious when knowledge of a concept now learned alters knowledge of an idea previously taught.
Because active learning helps students better understand the material and promotes the development of several abilities, including writing and reading, students always favor it over traditional lecture methods of instruction. Therefore, strategies that encourage active learning inspire students since they also learn more from their peers through dialogues.
To break up the monotony of the lecture technique of teaching, students participate in discussion groups or in-class presentations. The instructor and the student must both be active in the learning process since it is a two-way street.
As long as the student applies the best learning ideas, they may gain a great deal of information and knowledge. Additionally, different learners comprehend information differently. Some learn best by seeing, while others prefer hearing or feeling. Thank you.