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Active Ingredients of Learning (AIL)

Robert Heiny

Research Scientist of Learning and Education
Flight Instructor
Active Ingredients of Learning (AIL)

Active ingredients of learning (AIL) refers to a category of sights, sounds, etc. used in 1.0 Lessons by 1.0 Teachers,. When used, these sensations increase the likelihood of learning occurring during instruction of a lesson.

Good teachers have used these for decades without the AIL name. The name emerged to account for their use and utility in accelerating, increasing, and deepening (AID) learning in...
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