Learning is a change in knowledge, skills and behaviour resulting from experience.
The change produced by learning can be divided into three parts. First is you sense your environment, then you adopt your response and finally you record the experience.
Sensing your environment means feeling a gap between your past experiences and your current situation and such a gap must exist for learning to occur adapting a response means integrating new information into past learning.
So that you can use it in the future and this to use a new connection more than once must exist for learning to occur.
Learning is all about creating and strengthening connections and this is clear when we look at the brain in a lifetime.
Learning creates between a hundred and a thousand intercellular connections. So we can say that learning is happening almost all the time. By learning we can change what we know, what we do, and what we feel.