SECTION TWO – Describing a Learners’ View (ALV)


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


 Last Edit: May 20, 2018

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Main Article: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (Sci-Tech) 

Theme: Descriptions of the vocabulary of choices during teaching and learning and its relationships from a learners’ view (ALV)


SECTION TWO features, from a learners’ view (ALV), the  scientific and technical descriptions in words familiar to teachers. These describe vocabulary, relationships among this vocabulary, data sources, and ways to manage these parts of the ALV Path. Descriptions distinguish how (what they do while learning) people learn from what (the subject matter of the lesson) they learn.

Overview of a Learners’ View (ALV)

  1. Two Dots Learning
  2. Where Learning Occurs

Shortest and Fastest Path to Learning

  1. Active Ingredients of Learning (AIL)
  2. ALV Path to Learning
  3. What is Possible Today?
  4. Why AIDing Learning is Possible Today
  5. It’s Your Choice, Teacher, Always
  6. How Can I AID Learning Today?

Oxygen of Social Life

Choices Frame an Infrastructure of Learning

  1. Language of Learning (LANOL)
  2. Law of Teaching-Learning (LOTL)
  3. Technical-Scientific Literacy of Educators (TSLE)
  4. Validity and Reliability of ALV


  1. A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices
  2. A Learners’ View (ALV) Defined
  3. ALV(a Learners’ View) as a Social Process
  4. ALV Family
  5. ALV Family of Choices
  6. ALV Path
  7. Basic Choices of Teachers
  8. Checklists in Education
  9. Choices of 1.0 Ancillary School Personnel
  10. Choices of School Administrators
  11. Choices of School Boards
  12. Choices of Teachers
  13. Experimental Empirical Facts
  14. Fundamentals for Using ALV Checklist
  15. Just the Facts
  16. Learning Defined
  17. Learning as Solving Five Generic Problems
  18. Principles of Learning
  19. Risk of Failure to Learn
  20. Where Learning Occurs

Choices while Learning: Notes

  1. Choices of Learners while Learning
  2. Three Kinds of Choices – A Triple-Helix
  3. Results from Choices Learners Make

Distinguishing among Choices People Make While Learning: Notes

  1. Grammar of Learning
  2. A Learning Efficiency Analysis Paradigm (aLEAP)
  3. Stage 1: Learners’ Questions
  4. Stage 2: Pattern Variables of Learning
  5. Stage 3: Confirming Learning
  6. Stage 4: Consequences for the Learner
  7. Learning Analysts
  8. Learners as Self-Analysts
  9. Computer Technology as Analyst
  10. Discussion of aLEAP
  11. aLEAP – Questions and Answers (Q&A)
  12. Computer Technology as Analyst

Teaching with a Learners’ View (ALV)

Teaching: Notes

  1. ALV Rules of Teaching: Digest …
  2. Basic Choices of Teachers
  3. Choices of Teachers
  4. Decisive Teachers AY Preparation Checklist
  5. Instruction
  6. Teachers Manage Risks of Failing to Learn
  7. Teaching with ALV
  8. Triple-Helix of Learning

Lessons: Vocabulary and its Relationships

  1. A Lesson
  2. ALV Lessons Summarized
  3. Lessons as Problem Solving
  4. Match Lesson to Triple-Helix of Learning
  5. 20 Second Lesson
  6. String of 20 Second Lessons

Types of Lessons

  1. Archetype Lessons
  2. Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Risk of Failure of Lesson by Types
  3. Direct Instruction
  4. Direct Learning
  5. Directed Learning Lesson
  6. Graffiti Lessons
  7. Omnibus Lesson
  8. Wish List Lesson (WLL)

Analyzing Teaching and Learning

  1. 1.0 Instruction
  2. 1.0 Lesson
  3. 1.0 School Administrator
  4. 1.0 Teacher
  5. ALV Zone (ALVZ) System
  6. Analysis of Learning
  7. Analysis of Risks of Failure to Learn
  8. Applied Learning Behavior Analysis
  9. Compare Types of Lessons
  10. Learning Efficiency Index (LEI)
  11. Learning Efficiency Quotient (LEQ)
  12. Learning Efficiency Scale (LES)
  13. Tools to Analyze Learning

Administrative and School Board Choices

Classic Education (Place holders)

  1. Classic Education – Questions and Answers (Q&A)
  2. Duties of Learners
  3. Duties of Teachers
  4. Learner as Self-Analyst
  5. Overview of Learning
  6. Processes and Content of Learning
  7. Schooling
  8. Summary of Classic Education History Context
  9. Technology

Decisive School

  1. Decisive School Q&A
  2. Decisive School Revisited
  3. Decisive School with Mobile Communication Devices

New Era School Initiative (NESI)

  1. New Era School Initiative (NESI) Charter School
  2. Press Releases
  3. Interviews and Conversations
  4. Classic Education and NESI
  5. NESI – Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Related Reading

  1. Appendices
  2. Glossary
  3. SECTION ONE: Using a Learners’ View (ALV)
  4. SECTION THREE: Implications or Practice, Research, and Policy
  5. Summary

Related Resources

  1. Checklist of Choices for Teachers