part-whole method of learning

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Learning technique in which the task to be learned is broken down into its parts for separate practices. The part-whole method is commonly used when parts do not form a natural and meaningful sequence of actions and do not need to be practised together. They can be learned in any order, practised separately, and, once mastered, can be incorporated together in, for example, a game. Compare part-method learning.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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