Christian Learning: Joy in Reflection
Joy in learning can be found in reflection. With reflection, the learner can relate their present action and engage with the Christian vision to making meaning of the world and combine together events, persons, and experiences that would otherwise be fragmented (Quezada 2011.)

By combining together persons and events into a whole picture, there will be joy. Ecclesiastes 4:9 (NASB) states two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. When combining people and events, the joy will be a reaction to a good reward for their work. 
Quezada, R. L. (2011). Global Learner Teacher Transformation Experiences: Living the Faith through the Shared Christian Praxis Learning Process. Catholic Education: A Journal Of Inquiry And Practice, 14(4), 417-440.

Christian Learning: Joy in Reflection

Joy in learning can be found in reflection. With reflection, the learner can relate their present action and engage with the Christian vision to making meaning of the world and combine together events, persons, and experiences that would otherwise be fragmented (Quezada 2011.)

By combining together persons and events into a whole picture, there will be joy. Ecclesiastes 4:9 (NASB) states two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. When combining people and events, the joy will be a reaction to a good reward for their work. 

Quezada, R. L. (2011). Global Learner Teacher Transformation Experiences: Living the Faith through the Shared Christian Praxis Learning Process. Catholic Education: A Journal Of Inquiry And Practice, 14(4), 417-440.