A Learners’ View (ALV) Of Learning Is Of Choices On The Shortest and Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.
Last Edited: February 16, 2018
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Theme: Learners control learning and social life. When learning occurs from lessons, instruction matches choices of learners.
In a Nutshell: Learners choose how they learn lessons, that is how they adopt, adapt, and adjust their vocabulary and logic for solving problems in ways lessons instruct. Teachers who earn 1.0 ratings match choices of learners during instruction.
THIS LIST of guides teachers through a twist on conventional discussions about and practices of teaching and learning. Each entry includes an abstract that summarizes descriptions of how a learners’ rather than a teachers’ view affects the specialized roles of educators and their supporters. Each guide includes practical suggestions, useful tools, and a cohesive and flexible approach to matching teaching with learning that results in 1.0 lessons.
1. A Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning: A Sociology of Learning
Abstract: A Learners’ View (ALV) is of choices on the shortest and fastest path to learning, the oxygen of social life. This path consists of choices described with a language of learning. This language features choices as verbs, that is as observable, manageable, and measurable social interactions between teachers and learners. The path has the fewest (15) common choices of the parts of physical senses, of social life, and of their relationships that teachers and learners use during the moment of learning lessons that teachers instruct. Choices on a learners’ path account for learning lessons that teachers instruct without referring to cognition and other such non-observable inferences. More than a century of descriptions of common choices reported about teaching and learning by experimental behavioral and social scientists form this path. Teachers use these commonalities when instructing lessons that learners learn. This path serves as a database to increase instructional efficiency as do large businesses and organizations use “big data” to increase their operational efficiency. A learners’ view summarizes these commonalities, so teachers may instruct lessons that all learners learn. To the extent that all learners learn all lessons, teachers affect the distribution of life chances of learners and the organization of society.
2. ALV (a Learners’ View) for Ancillary School Personnel: Guide to Choices that Support 1.0 Teaching-Learning
Abstract: Let over a century of results from scientific research of learning guide you to more students learning your lessons faster. Learning from a learners’ view consists of you as a learner making increasingly accurate and precise choices of vocabulary that increase the likelihood of you making choices during instruction that learners use to solve the problems as you instruct during lessons. Lessons instruct you in choices of vocabulary to use to solve problems. Learning lessons occurs when lessons include ingredients to which you pay attention. This guide includes practical suggestions, useful tools, and a cohesive, efficient, and flexible approach to teaching-learning.
Abstract: Use ways to guide your schools to 1.0 Teaching and tour the scientific data upon which these ways are grounded, as reported by experimental scientists for over a century. They provide you with suggestions for how to balance assignments, details, purposes, and Big Vision to accelerate, increase, and deepen learning promptly and sometimes dramatically. Together, you can lead them closer to the performance standard society has for education, that everyone learn all lessons of teachers.
4. ALV for School Board Members: Guide to Choices that Support 1.0 Teaching-Learning
Abstract: Teachers match a path of choices learners use while learning with active ingredients of learning to which learners likely choose to learn lessons teachers offer. This guide includes practical suggestions, useful tools, and a cohesive and flexible approach to matching teaching with learning.
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- Abstract of ALV (a Learners’ View) of Learning
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- ALV (a Learners’ View) of Learning in One Lesson