Definitions for "Deep learning"
Learning aimed at having students extract principles and underlying meanings in order to integrate them with previously acquired knowledge; contrast with surface learning.
Learning which is concerned to extract principles and underlying meanings, to make sense of facts and feelings and to integrate them with previously acquired knowledge. Surface learning, in contrast, is rote learning, or the kind of learning many students do for their exams, for example. Kolb's model of experiential learning (or 'learning by doing') takes the form of a cycle and suggests that for deep learning to occur a series of activities needs to be set in place. See also Surface Learning
An approach to learning where the student intends to understand ideas for himself or herself. The student learns by actively transforming.
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