Memorization of information by frequent repetition, namely rote learning, plays a role in many education systems. To what extent do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

With increased research and development o
traditional and modern methods of learning,
learning has gathered much debate. While considering the importance of
form of learning in our education systems, both parallels and c
the opposition or dissimilarity of things that are compared
can be found. In my opinion, it is an extremely flawed method of memorizing content: it not only hinders creative thinking but
results in Primarily, the most evident drawback of
the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something
of learning is that it hinders concept building among learners. If we look deeply into
approach of learning, we realize that a student tries to learn without understanding the meaning or context of p
the problem
at hand.
may guarantee him short term success in his school exams, but raises a person with limited conceptual depth. When the same student steps into practical life, he fails to solve real world problems;
is the result of his limited knowledge gained without understanding the gist of the issue
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learning. Eventually, he fails miserably while competing with others in professional life. My sister suffered from same issue; from being a topper in school to not being able to clear job recruitment exams, owing to limited concepts. Those in favour of
learning should be a
clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
for seeking ways to ensure maximum short term success in various forms of assessments. But what they fail to realize is that it has far reaching negative implication on learners' mind. Straight A's do not ensure creativity among students. I
In fact
the essence of
learning is to use pre learned knowledge with limited metal c
the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally
in turn encourages flawed method of success.
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