It can help to think about three aspects of learning. Skills to develop, knowledge to take away and perhaps most importantly, learning behaviours and characteristics.
Here are some examples:
To be able to throw and shape a pot on a wheel.
To be able to groom and tack up a nervous horse.
To be able to control and time a serve.
To know the difference between the queen, the worker and the drone honey bees.
To know a range of opening moves in chess.
To know the creation of the world according to Norse mythology.
Develop focus and concentration.
Practice seeking helpful feedback.
Work persistently through challenges.