Two Dots Learning (TDL)
A Learners’ View (ALV) Is Of Choices On The Shortest And Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.
[symple_highlight color=”blue”]Connect two dots or no dots to learn? That is the question. (ALV T-Shirt Wisdom)[/symple_highlight]
Main Page: A Learners’ View (ALV)
Theme: Learners connect two dots at a time to learn.
TWO DOTS LEARNING (TDL) refers to three major parts of learning from a learners’ view (ALV) of learning. TDL is the common or nick name for ALV. With this view, TDL describes the elementary form of learning as social processes. Learning occurs when learners choose how to connect two dots in a way that solves a problem. Dots consist of vocabulary and connections of the use of logic that relates vocabulary in a way the most accomplished people solve that problem.
From ALV, learners choose to which physical senses in their environment they will respond while learning. Each response consists of a dot. For example, in music, each sound frequency is a dot. A song consists of a series of sound frequencies or dots literally related to each other by common acceptance on a musical scale and on a musical score. In Euclidean geometry, a circle or arc may be described as consisting of a series of contiguous tangents, or more precisely, a series of “the point of tangency” around a central point. In literature, words hold importance by their place in a sentence and its place in a story. Read More >
- A Learners’ View (ALV)
- Learning as Social Processes
- One Step Learning
- Principles of Learning
- Tangent of a Circle
- Choices Frame an Infrastructure of Learning
- Meet Ima Learner
- Trail to a Learners’ View (ALV) of Learning
- If you could see me (video of a learner learning how to complete a complex task)
Last Edited: March 12, 2015