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|Over the course of four years, good liberal arts students who apply themselves |
learn indirectly how to reason effectively. ... Repetitio est mater studiorum (
Repetition is the mother of study) While the content presented in the following
chapters can be found in other books on the subject, the ... What is learned is
immediately reinforced following the old Latin motto that repetition is the mother
of all learning.
|He clearly treated spelling as a subject that was separate from its uses in |
learning to read (spelling-for-reading), for he ... He also conducted catechizing
lessons twice a week.39 Jones neatly encapsulated the theory that repetitio est
mater studiorum (repetition is the mother of learning), the ... Moreover, all the
problems, denominational, political, and financial, that beset missionaries and
|Repetitio est mater studiorum—“repetition is the mother of learning”—the Jesuits |
of my youth decreed, and Adler, like other legendary pedagogues, employed a
great deal of it in the course of a course. Yet repetition is the mother of boredom ...
|... slogan gave me sound advice about enhancing my reading efficiency: “|
REPETITIo EST MATER STUDIoRUM” that stands for “REPETITIoN IS THE
MoTHER oF lEARNING.” So it wouldn't be unusual for me to read a passage two,
three, four, ...
|Sandipan Mishra. Chapter 1 Introduction Repetitio est mater studiorum (Latin: |
Repetition is the mother of learning.) 1.1 Photolithography, Wafer Scanning, and
Motion Control In today's highly competitive semiconductor manufacturing market
|The latter mode in which forms are strengthened is particularly conspicuous in |
the process of learning anything by heart. ... In both cases the old saying proves
true, that Repetition is the Mother of Learning (Repetitio est mater studiorum').
|But it is also the development of technology that has radically changed people's |
relationship with learning. ... invented earlier than the gasoline engine: Repetitio
est mater studiorum—“repetition is the mother of studies”—as our ancestors said.
|You will also be learning some things about the ancient Greeks and Romans and |
what they did to help shape our own world. ... rernember the ancient proverb that
"Repetition is the mother of learning" — in Latin, Repetitio est mater studiorum.
|As my teacher, Master W. C. Chen, once told me, “There is no magic in martial |
arts. You get out of it ... This sounds easy enough to do, but I've met a good many
taijiquan and baguazhang adepts who were all but completely stumped by this
simple task. Don't list a ... You need to learn some basic Latin: Repetitio est mater
studiorum. The translation of this phrase is “Repetition is the mother of learning.
|If Jesus said it once, it should be good enough. the clue to understanding this |
repetition is offered some verses earlier (v. ... And wouldn't teachers know the old
latin saying, Repetitio est mater studiorum, “repetition is the mother of learning”?