Readiness links preparedness to relief. An assessment of readiness reflects the current capacity and capabilities of the organization s involved in relief activities. (Landesman definition)
see preparedness concepts and planning.
physical, mental and emotional preparedness for a learning activity.
Preparedness to cope with a learning task or profit from specific instruction; the adequacy of existing ability in relation to the demands of the learning task. Determined by a complex pattern of intellectual, motivational, maturational, and experiential factors in the individual that may vary depending on time and circumstances.
Condition or degree of being completely ready to cope with a potential fire situation. Mental readiness to recognize changes in fire danger and act promptly when action is appropriate. see also: Preparedness
physical, mental and emotional preparedness to cope with a task. Reading readiness implies ability to perceive differences and similarities in shapes and sounds, to identify some letters of the alphabet, and to be ready to learn to recognize words on sight.
A principle of learning where the eagerness and singlemindedness of a person toward learning affect the outcome of the learning experience.
Skills and abilities that are basic for learning in an academic area.