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Across industries, 5G is expected to take over rote work, allowing employees to commit their time to creative tasks like analysis and strategic thinking.Shall We, 5G? The High-Speed Network Changing Your World|Sohini Das Gupta|August 23, 2021|Ozy
Ultimately, if we took our cues from Biles and decided to withdraw every time we felt pressure or stress, that would just be another example of rote idolization of athletes.Simone Biles Made the Right Choice. Here’s How You Can, Too.|wtaylor|July 28, 2021|Outside Online
Perhaps rote information, such as knowing 5 times 5 is 25 or knowing to stop at a red light, relies on these powerful inputs that efficiently drive information through the brain.A deep look at a speck of human brain reveals never-before-seen quirks|Laura Sanders|June 9, 2021|Science News
Children in San Diego wouldn’t just be doing rote academic catch-up, she said.The Learning Curve: Summer Programs Have More Hype Than Availability|Will Huntsberry|June 3, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Now we’re stuck with villain backstories that are little more than rote exercises in psychological depth, stories that sap our imagination rather than igniting it.From Cruella to Maleficent to the Joker: Is It Time to Retire the Villain Origin Story?|Stephanie Zacharek|May 26, 2021|Time
The stories of discovery are so rote, though, that we forget that they took incredibly hard work.Following Tuberculosis From Death Sentence to Cure|Tessa Miller|April 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Using their skill with visual processing, ASDs can learn by rote how to negotiate the neuro-typical world.
So let me just add that true Tiger Cubs aren't satisfied with rote learning.
The shift is most evident in our schools, where critical thinking has replaced rote learning as the central goal of education.
In the workshop or lab, results are determined by experimentation and creativity, not rote learning.
When, however, you learn by rote you know the task as you learned it, and not in the reverse way.
Another way of learning such a series by rote, is to limit the extent of the repetitions.
Learning a series of words by heart by thinking of the Relations between them is wholly unlike learning it by rote.
The opposite of these two methods of rote learning is my method, which injects an active process between each pair of words.
This Series is usually learned by endless repetition, as a succession of sounds to the ear, or sight to the eye, by mere rote.
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see by heart (rote).