A Learners’ View (ALV) not a Learner’s View

A Learners’ View (ALV) Is Of Choices On The Shortest And Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.

When learning is to be, Teachers use ALV.

Main Page: Learning and a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning

Theme: Common social choices, not personal, cultural, or other diversities.


A LEARNERS’ VIEW (ALV) OF LEARNING refers to scientific descriptions of choices learners make on the shortest and fastest path to learning. ALV refers to how through social processes of choices (as in scientific operations) learning occurs. Choices serve as the oxygen of social life.

ALV is not the same as a learner’s view. The former refers to social processes learners use while learning. A learner’s view gives priority to interests of individuals in all of their seemingly infinite variety. Differences in grammar in the names of these two views point out an ongoing ideological struggle about education. Experimental behavioral and social science research studies of learning indicate that this struggle rations learning from lessons teachers instruct in most Western schools.

This struggle is between those with a social process view who give priority to results of experimental studies of teaching and learning, and those who do not. Both collections of educators and their supporters argue that their view offers more freedom for self expression and social fulfillment, thereby addressing two inherent human rights. Each collection uses its own vocabulary, logic, and research to describe and discuss its view and its utility. The individual perspective dominates conversations among educators, parents, and their political as well as charitable supporters.

At the same time, teachers who have used ALV even before it had that name demonstrate the technical probability that instruction can occur in ways that all students learn those lessons. In the same studies, students taught from the conventional or individual/personal view earned academic performance closer to a Gaussian or normal bell curve. These studies by design controlled effects of known variables other than instruction. Differences in academic performances between all students learning all lessons and some to most learning them is attributed to choices of teachers during instruction. Thus, when teachers choose to use ways other than ALV in lessons they choose to ration learning of students who do not learn all lessons.


  1. Advice from Ima Learner
  2. A Learners’ View (ALV)
  3. A Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning
  4. A Learners’ View (ALV) a Social Processes
  5. Choices Frame an Infrastructure  of Learning
  6. Individual Differences and other Diversities from a Learners’ View (ALV)
  7. Meet Ima Learner, a Member of Your Class
  8. Rationed Learning
  9. Two Dots Learning (TDL)

Related Reading

  1. 1.0 Teacher
  2. Rules of Teaching: Digest of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning

Last Edited: June 20, 2016