A learning curve refers to the rate it takes for a child to progress with the development of new skills and gaining experience.
A learning curve is how long it takes to learn a subject before it becomes automatic.
Trouble with learning curves means information is not retained and doesn’t stick. This creates a learning gap and increases the length of time for information to be sustained automatically.
The amount of time it takes for a child to remember math sequences, times tables, and how to group numbers and shapes.
When a child automatically adds periods and grammar to sentences, writes in lower and upper case, and develops correct pencil grip.
Remembers letters and sounds, recognizes sight words, can spell words in their head, tracks words on a page.
Becomes fluent in the rules of a game or sport, plays an instrument without looking at their fingers.