A Learners’ View (ALV) Is Of Choices On The Shortest And Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.
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Last Edited: August 6, 2018
Theme: T-Shirt Wisdom(TM) (TSW) opens discussions about the relevance of using clever sayings and cliches in education.
ALV (a Learners’ View) T-Shirt Wisdom (TSW) condenses technical descriptions of learning by experimental behavioral and social scientists into sayings that contain a greater reality. Each saying responds to part of an answer to the question, What do people do to learn that I can see, hear, and in other ways sense, count, and replicate?
Here’s the start of a list of ALV T-Shirt Wisdom sayings in Classic Education: A Learners’ View of Choices during Teaching and Learning and a link to a page where a related term appears.
- 20 second lessons are to learning as a measure is to a musical score.
- A Learners’ View is of Choices on the Shortest and Fastest Path to Learning, the Oxygen of Social Life.
- A Learners’ View (ALV) is to Learning as Do-Re-Mi is to Music.
- A Learners’ View (ALV) is to Learning as Do-Re-Mi is to Music – each represents Simplified Operations of their Subjects.
- A Learners’ View of Learning is for Teaching as “Big Data” are for large Organizations.
- A Learners’ View (ALV) offers keys to teaching.
- ALV Checklists remind educators of choices likely to AID (accelerate, increase, and deepen) learning promptly.
- ALV (a Learners’ View) gives priority to choices learners make while learning.
- ALV (a Learners’ View) of learning captures, isolates, and gives focus to a part of the sensory life of people.
- ALV (a Learners’ View) of learning captures, isolates, and gives focus to the oxygen of the social life of people.
- Connect two dots or no dots to learn? That is the question.
- Details from a learners’ view give critical mass to simple descriptions of teaching and learning.
- Do the One-Step to Learn.
- Each Lesson Is Like A Solved 3-D Crossword Puzzle.
- Failed lessons result from failing to use active ingredients of learning (AIL) in those lessons.
- Good principals practice principles of learning.
- Good teachers know when to show and tell, to stop talking, and to wait.
- GOTTA LEARN! GOTTA LEARN! GOTTA LEARN!
- Granting someone permission to teach you begins learning.
- If at first you don’t succeed, do as your teacher showed you.
- If learning is to be, Teachers use ALV.
- If learning is not to your liking, change your liking; that’s learning.
- If you have to explain a lesson, you used the wrong instruction.
- Learners inherit the future, learneds rule the past, and scientists fill the gap between the past and the future.
- Learning is to social activity as oxygen is to biology.
- Learning Occurs through Choices.
- Simplify and extrapolate instead of complicate and exaggerate.
- Stop. Look. Listen.
- Technology is the subject of capability, science of procedures, and teaching of combining these two with content to form a lesson.
- The answer resides in the question asked. So, ask the question that has the answer you want.
- Use the data and procedures that lead to learning rather than use the ways you prefer to use.
- When you have to explain a lesson, you used the wrong instruction.
Originally published: November 30, 2012, on EduClassics.com, then on March 26, 2014 at Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning, the site now named TuxReports at tuxreports.com/alv.