A Learners’ View (ALV) Is Of Choices On The Straightest And Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.
Last Edited: January 20, 2019
Purpose: To identify, describe, and codify from a learners’ view the principles and methodologies of choices teachers make during instruction that accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning lessons by learners.
Rationale: To describe the fewest number and kinds of common procedures identified in results of a preliminary qualitative content analysis of experimental behavioral and social science research study reports that teachers manage routinely and that account for learning lessons instructed by teachers.
Strategy: To go from commonalities across experimental science of teaching and learning to principles for classroom instructional practice (instead of from the convention of citing science that supports certain classroom practices).
Status: This is an evolving set of notes to clarify the assumptions, descriptions, and standards used to apply, assess, and offer protocols, tips and other tools for using a learners’ view of instruction as an education tradecraft.
Summary: Experimental scientists and educators simplified the instruction of lessons to the point where social processes convert teaching into learning with a finite number of active (essential) ingredients educators routinely manage.
Conclusion: A Learners’ View (ALV) is to Learning during Instruction as Do-Re-Me is to Music: a finite number and kinds of social interactions between teachers, learners, and subject matter instructed.
Learners inherit the future; learneds rule the past; researchers bridge the past with the future. Teachers apply research reports, so learners can cross that bridge.
Preview of Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning (Updated September 13, 2018)
Abstract (Updated September 14, 2018)
General Articles (Last Updated September 13, 2018)
Narratives of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning with Teachers (Updated August 7, 2018)
Preface (Last Updated August 21, 2018)
Paradox of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning (Updated September 13, 2018)
eDayBook Blurb A glance at the richly textured social patterns people use while learning.
Advice from Ima Learner: Focus on choices learners make while learning.
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What is New in ALV for Fall 2018 Use
Learning Centered Teaching This article identifies learning centered teaching as an efficient and measurable way to accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning.
ALV Updates Several articles on the ALV (a learners’ view) page received updates this January. These changes occurred because of questions and comments of others as well as clarifications of descriptions I’ve worked out while drafting Social Oxygen.
Rules of Teaching: Digest of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning Learners choose how they learn lessons. Teachers choose how, when, and where to instruct lessons.
Special Education and a Learners’ View (ALV) Cousins that educators use daily.
When learning is to be, Teachers use ALV (a Learners’ View).
Primer of A Learners’ View of Choices during Teaching and Learning A Learners’ View (ALV) refers to choices people make while learning lessons. These choices do for learning from teaching what musical notes do for singers of songs composed by someone else. Song composers choose sound frequencies to form their compositions. Teachers compose lessons from choices of sound frequencies and other ingredients of daily social life. [Read More]
A Learners’ View (ALV): A Quick Summary ALV identifies relationships among common choices during teaching and learning instructed lessons. These relationships refer to commonalities across more than a century of experimental behavioral and social science research reports of teaching and learning.
Is ALV (a Learners’ View) an Acronym, Description, Model, or Theory? ALV is an acronym for a learners’ view of learning that is distinct from views of teachers, analysts, scientists, theoreticians, and others who try to account for learning lessons instructed by teachers. (Last Edited January 20, 2019)
Just the Facts A learners’ view (ALV) gives priority to common facts described in research reports of learning by experimental behavioral and social scientists.
Learning and a Learners’ View (ALV) The word learning, from a learners’ view (ALV), represents social processes people use to connect two or more dots that solve one or more problems.
A Learners’ View (ALV) in One Sentence Choices people make while learning during instruction of lessons.
In One Lesson: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning When you learn from instruction, you use a learners’ view (ALV) of a path of choices you make during instruction.
A Learners’ View (ALV) not a Learner’s View Distinguishing learning as social processes of choice from conventional inferences from behavior of cognition of individuals.
Seven Fast Facts of a Learners’ View (ALV) ALV gives priority to the how over what is learned.
Teach Like Learners Learn Choose to teach as learners learn.
Meet Ima Learner, a Member of Your Class You know me as Aki, Keisha, Jorge, Ahmed, Kim, and with other names of people in and out of your classes. I personify the minimum (without inference, interpretation, nuance, or decoration) of what is common across more than a century of experimental behavioral and social science research descriptions of learning.
A Letter to Learners You hold a crucial position in education and play a vital part in society.
A Learners’ View (ALV) of School Reform The social purpose of schooling and school reform is to reduce the number of trial-and-errors by learners during lessons, so that all learners learn all lessons consistently.
Keynote to Learning as Social Oxygen Learning is an element of social life that combines with other social elements (of economics, religion, etc.) to form social action beyond that of any of their parts.
For those who like to read the last page first.
Coda for a Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning To advance society, teach in ways for people consistently to make the choices that connect the dots for each lesson. Lessons, in this sense, show learners how to solve problems that restrict life chances.
Tell me steps people choose while learning.
Task of Scientists Studying Teaching and Learning Describe steps learners choose while learning and implications of these steps.
Trail to a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning Chronology of arriving at a learners’ view (ALV) of learning.
People learn through choices of social processes that connect two dots.
A Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning in a Nutshell Learners make choices through trial-and-errors that solve (connect two dots) one of five generic problems at a time. Teachers show learners choices for efficient ways to connect dots. These ways can accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning promptly and sometimes dramatically. Social life and social change rest on choices like the most accomplished people have made and do make.
A Learners’ View of Learning (ALV) Refers to the least number of common choices (patterns of social actions) learners make as described by experimental behavioral and social scientists in their reports of learning. This view distinguishes ALV as a social process from behavior and cognition of individuals.
People learn in one step by connecting two dots.
One Step Learning Choices learners make from a learners’ view that solve the problem of a lesson a teacher instructs.
Two Dots Learning The simplest graphic way to map a learners’ view of one step learning.
A Learners’ Map of Learning (ALML) A graphic way to show relationships among ingredients learners choose to learn lessons in one step; also named the ALV Path of Learning and referred to as the Infrastructure of Learning. (Incomplete; thank you for your courtesy.)
When learning is to be, Teachers choose ALV (a learners’ view).
Preview of Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning Examples of real world results when teachers use a learners’ view (ALV) of choices during instruction
Abstract of Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning Teachers simplify, then extrapolate lessons that learners learn.
Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning The science of teaching-learning as social processes, and their uses to accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning.
Fundamentals of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Teaching and Learning Qualitative descriptions and uses of common elements of teaching and learning as reported by experimental behavioral and social scientists who have studied teaching and learning in and out of schools.
Summary of Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV)… – A Two Minute Read A quick review of fundamentals of teaching and learning from a learners’ view.
The New Era School Initiative (NESI) shows what is possible today when educators choose for all learners to learn all lessons, the implied standard of professional performance expected of educators.
10 Things to Know about the New Era School Initiative (NESI) (Posting soon)
NESI Horizon Demonstration in Normal, California A New Era School Initiative (NESI) demonstration of a way to operationalize in schools the technical use of descriptions from the science of teaching-learning, so all learners learn all lessons (ALLAL) today.
A Completed Teacher (ACT): Teaching with a Learners’ View Description of teaching and learning in a school that gives priority to a learners’ view (ALV).
The NESI Team A team of specialists supports and makes it possible to instruct lessons that all learners learn.
ALV Dialogues Interviews and Conversations about Applying a Learners’ View Discussions about uses, results, and implications of applying a learners’ view (ALV) in schools and other community settings.
The Job Interview The search for educators who choose to give priority to academic performance of learners for the new era school initiative (NESI).
Lessons at NESI Horizon Composing lessons by applying a learners’ view (ALV) of learning as making choices, so all learners may learn as the most accomplished people learn.
ALV Quick Notes
Simplify lessons, so learners may simply learn them.
A Learners’ View (ALV) not a Learner’s View Distinguishes ALV as a social process from behavior and cognition of an individual (one) person.
ALV (a Learners’ View) as Description, Model, or Theory Distinguishes ALV from models and theories.
ALV (a Learners’ View) of Teaching and Learning in a Nutshell Teachers show learners which options in an array of 15 choice-points to choose to solve the problem of the lesson.
ALV Patterns in Lessons (APL) of 1.0 Teachers Choices of learners that teachers match in order to earn 1.0 ratings and to AID learning efficiently.
ALV (a Learners’ View): Quick Summary Identifies relationships among common choices of teaching and learning.
ALV (a Learners’ View) of Learning in One Lesson ALV refers to the minimum choices people make while learning from teaching.
A Learners’s View (ALV) of Individual and Cultural Diversities ALV features commonalities in ways people learn.
Learning to Use ALV (a Learners’ View) of Learning Bridging differences between using ALV and common daily practices of educators.
Teachers as Risk Managers Teachers manage risks of learners making incorrect choices by instructing lessons learners learn.
Overview of a Learners’ View (ALV) Brief descriptions with a learners’ view (ALV) of topics of interest to educators.
Planning (Composing) 1.0 Lessons Formats and other suggestions for lessons that learners learn.
Teaching with a learners’ view of learning.
A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning: Digest (Incomplete draft)
Craft of Instruction: Digest of Using the ALV Path to Learning (Incomplete draft)
Simplify, then Extrapolate: The Core of How to Use a Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning The strategy used by 1.0 teachers to instruct lessons that all learners’ learn.
Rules of Teaching: Digest of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning Learners choose how they learn lessons. Teachers choose how, when, and where to instruct lessons.
Teach Like Learners Learn: Digest The science of teaching-learning as social processes and its uses to accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning.
Ways to show learners which dots to connect to solve problems.
Abstract of ALV Guides Brief descriptions of guides for educators to use a learners’ view (ALV).
ALView (a Learners’ View) for Learners: Guide to Learning More, Easier, and Faster Ways to make more effective and efficient choices during instruction.
ALV for Teachers: Guide to Choices for 1.0 Teaching Practical suggestions, useful tools, and a cohesive and flexible approach to matching teaching with learning.
Checklists for Educators Reminders of steps during preparation for and during instruction of lessons that learners learn.
NESI TIPSheets QuickRead suggestions for instruction that accelerates, increases, and deepens (AIDs) learning.
The possibility exists in the science of teaching-learning to raise the base and flatten the normal distribution of learning in classrooms today.
Making it possible for all learners to learn lessons the most accomplished people learn (ALLAL).
Performance Standard for Educators State-of-the-art (SOTA) instruction.
Rationed Learning Occurs when all learners do not learn a lesson.
Special Education, Second Language, and Remediation Programs. Use of a learners’ view (ALV) during instruction reduces the rationing of learning these programs address.
State-of-the-Art (SOTA) of Teaching That set of teaching skills and methods that yield the most learning at this time.
Strategic Responsibility of Educators Social duty society assigns to educators.
As much as we celebrate what people know of learning from teaching, much remains to learn.
ALV as Prototype of Categories of Choices of Learners Test and revise the prototype of learners’ view.
Policy makers choose if everyone will learn all lessons that the most accomplished people learn.Great Social Commission of Educators The role and place of educators in society.
When learning is to be, teachers use ALV.
Coda for a Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning To advance society, teach in ways for people to make the choices that connect the dots for each lesson.
Extrapolating from simple descriptions of teaching and learning.
Forecasts of Education Rapidly increasing uses of a learners’ view (ALV) of learning imbedded in electronic communication devices offered by businesses in the nearer future. In the longer future, society will likely replace routine instruction of lessons by teachers with electronic devices, requiring educators to write software based lessons and ways to manage them. (Incomplete draft)
Forecast for Educators Within the next decade, K12 educators will routinely code software used by learners and today’s administrators will code software that manages those lessons. Non-coders will instruct people who do not use electronic devices. The scale of reach of an individual educator will escalate in a j-curve transforming today’s school teaching cohort to recent memories.
- Appendix A: Acknowledgments
- Appendix B: Acronyms Used in Text
- Appendix C: A Letter to Learners
- Appendix D: ALV Philosophy of Learning
- Appendix E: ALV T-Shirt Wisdom
- Appendix F: ALV White Papers
- Appendix G: Argot Used by Educators
- Appendix H: Bibliographic Essay
- Appendix I: Frequently Asked Questions about ALV (FAQ)
- Appendix J: Graffiti Lessons
- Appendix K: Learning Efficiency Scale (LES) Proof-of-Concept (POC) 1.1
- Appendix L: Learning Efficiency Scale (LES) Revision
- Appendix M: Notes about Learning
- Appendix N: Parents’ Guide to a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning
- Appendix O: Video Library of Lessons