The Pros And Cons Of Rote Learning

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Furthermore, I have also noted some lived experiences (reflections) of rote learning through open ended questions. I requested to all participants but only three research participants (2.5%) voluntarily share their past reflections on lecture method and rote learning by writing on provided one blank paper. The received responses are given in Annex III.
The findings indicated that 92 percent of the respondents use both the lecture method and rote learning as an effective means for teaching and learning . So, there is no significant change in the application of lecture method and rote learning in the real classroom despite the emergence of thousands of learning approaches and strategies.
The findings of the study revealed that instructors
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To successful implementation, lecturing pedagogies are often preferable to instructors and rote learning to students. Lecturing method can also be applied by any instructors at any time, as they require no assistance from external devices and materials. Seminars, higher level classes, conferences, broad issues are usually discussed in this form of pedagogy. In addition, rote learning is not subject to failure of a modern learning approaches and techniques. This approach can be used anywhere and anytime by the learners. The outcome of rote learning cannot be lost in the same way that modern learning approaches can. Modern learning techniques can become unstable because it needs supporting teaching materials. So, this research concluded that there are advantages and disadvantages of both lecture method and rote learning and while modern age has come up in a big way. The challenges of lecture method and rote learning should be illuminating to efficiently…show more content…
In essence the lecturing and rote learning (a) are the mother of meaningful learning, (b) is more useful in higher education, and (c) helps to build a knowledge, skills and attitudes in higher level. This study conclude that there are advantages of using lecturing method and rote learning such as easy to practice, less time to prepare, high pass rate, high students’ satisfaction, little comments on instructors, appropriate to large classes and high level students. In addition, both have their own merits and demerits and while information technologies has come up in a castigating way there are problems of incorporating the latest technologies-friendly learning approaches and strategies in the real classroom learning. So, this research concludes that the practice of lecture method and rote learning is still significantly noticeable in colleges and universities in Nepalese contexts and argues the relevance of these
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