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programmed learning Line breaks: pro|grammed learn|ing

Definition of programmed learning in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A teaching method in which information is broken into simple sections on which pupils are able to test themselves.
Example sentences
  • Indeed, some early studies on programmed learning demonstrated that the hard-core unemployed could not necessarily be educated to perform given work tasks even with the very best instruction and equipment.

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