Learning curve

One concept used often in education is the idea of a learning curve. A term like ‘learning curve’ lets us visualize the learning process and see how even though something is hard to understand at first, it can become easier afterwards. Likewise, we can see that things that may be easy to pick up at the beginning, can later turn out to be more complicated than we had imagined.

In this article, we will take a look at learning curves. We’ll first ask ourselves, “What is a learning curve?” We’ll then see how learning curves are relevant to today’s workplace training environment. When possible, we’ll look at real-world situations.

What Is a Learning Curve?

A learning curve gives a graphical depiction of learning a particular task over time. In a typical learning curve graph, the horizontal x-axis represents the time or number of attempts, while the vertical y-axis represents performance at the task.

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