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What is the difference between Teaching and Learning?

Asked by Howard Reyes, Last updated: Oct 11, 2020

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D. Ronald

D. Ronald

D. Ronald
D. Ronald, Writer, Austin

Answered Aug 08, 2019

Teaching and learning are known to be related to each other. Teaching is known to be the process of sharing your knowledge to people who would like to know them. Teachers make it a point to teach their students basic things. Just remember that everyone can be a teacher.

Teaching and learning are known to be related to each other. Teaching is known to be the process of
You may be a teacher to your friend who has never learned how to bake. Your expertise and knowledge on one subject can already make you a very effective teacher. Learning is the process of knowing something new. When you learn something, you are not expected to be an immediate expert but the new knowledge can be very helpful for you in the future.

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C. Lopez

C. Lopez

Driving down to Knowledge town

C. Lopez
C. Lopez, Chauffer, Chauffer, Watertown

Answered May 24, 2019

Teaching and learning are both aspects of education. Whether in training for a job, traditional education, a hobby, or a game, there is always a teacher and a learner. Teaching is the job of the teacher. It is the act of helping another gain knowledge and information about a subject.

Teaching and learning are both aspects of education. Whether in training for a job, traditional
Traditionally, teaching is a paid profession, but their are also informal roles of teaching, such as in homeschooling. Learning is the process of gaining and understanding the information taught through teaching. Teaching and learning isn't just acts that human do, but others such as animals and machines have to be taught and learn to properly develop.

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Robert Hazlewood

Robert Hazlewood

Here to relax my mind a bit

Robert Hazlewood
Robert Hazlewood, Senior Executive, MBA, Louisville

Answered May 23, 2019

Teaching is the act of instilling others with knowledge or wisdom and helping others to comprehend things at the same level in which you do. It may also be a matter of altering your understanding and going to a level that makes it easier for others to understand, especially when the ones you are teaching are younger, or they are children. It means to instruct people or to cause others to learn or recognize something that they previously did not know.

Teaching is the act of instilling others with knowledge or wisdom and helping others to comprehend

It may also be the act of educating students in a classroom. Learning is the act of gaining knowledge or understanding of a skill by study or experience. It may also be the act of obtaining wisdom in a classroom setting.

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