Principles of Learning

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

A Learners’ View (ALV) of learning captures, isolates, and gives focus to a part of the sensory and social life of people.

Main Page: Learn the Basics of ALV (a Learners’ View)

Theme: Defines principles of learning from a learners’ view (ALV).

Definition: (ER) 1. Elementary descriptions (facts) of observable social patterns learners use while learning; derived from empirical behavioral and social science research reports over the past 100 plus years.

2. Learners will more likely connect a something concrete with something abstract, b something easy with something hard, c something familiar (known) with something unfamiliar (unknown), d something simple with something complex, and e something specific with something general (CEKSS).

3. Used to describe other facts of learning.

4. Indicates part of how to plan and instruct as well as what to observe in order to monitor learning as it occurs.

5. Maxims of learning.

Highlights: Use of these Principles of Learning leads to learning occurring in one step. All other behavior is trial-and-error to identify the one step.

Related Reading

  1. Experimental Research
  2. Learning
  3. Meet Ima Learner, a Member of Your Class
  4. Principles of Learning Lecture Notes

Related Resources

  1. SECTION ONE: Using a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning
  2. SECTION TWO: Describing a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning
  3. SECTION THREE: Implications of a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning for Practice, Research, and Policy

Last Edited: September 26, 2017