which do u guys think is important......Learning or Experience?

January 17, 2007 3:36am CST
well guys, which do u think is more important for children in thier school ages? Learning or Experience? Which do u think is the best way of understanding, either learning the concept or experiencing the fact?
3 responses
• United Arab Emirates
17 Jan 07
At the school age learning definitely is more important becoz unles u knw sumthng it wont b dfcult 2 expernce later, u hav d rest ov ur life to experience things...first learn n den experience accordingly
• India
17 Jan 07
Both are important at their own places. They have their strengths. Learning is important because it is the thing due to which a person injects good qualities and successful thoughts in him. Learning is gaining. It teaches a person manners, adequate ways of communicating with others and achieving success. It brightens your toughts and improve your imaginations. Experience on the other hand, is another useful tool to obtain first hand look and feel of what you have learnt and prepared yourself for. In short, both are essential for a successful career and huge achievements.
@Wanderlaugh (1624)
• Australia
17 Jan 07
You can experience something, and not understand it. What you learn, really, is what you do understand. I think you start with preliminary concepts to explain the learning process, because all learning must have a basis from which to grow and develop. The learning then advances through experience. A child has to learn to speak, and the logic of speech is much like education using concepts to define experience.