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ALV (A Learners' View) in One Lesson

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    Robert Heiny Research Scientist of Learning and Education Flight Instructor

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    ALV (A Learners' View) in One Lesson

    WHEN YOU LEARN something, you use a learners’ view (ALV). When a teacher tries to use your view in a lesson, they apply a language of learning (LANOL) to implement the Law of Teaching-Learning (LOTL). LANOL consists of an objective description of choices teachers and others can observe you making while you learn. LOTL gives priority to descriptions of principles that unite teaching and learning, so that learning results.

    ALV and LANOL identify the same options of sights, sounds, their intensity, and frequency from which you make choices that result in your learning. Scientists have described these options, the likelihood of your choices among them, and the principles teachers apply that result in learning from lessons in and out of schools.

    Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning, is a tool to support teachers accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) learning. It features descriptions of choices and suggests ways for teachers to match learners’ choices in lessons that will likely AID learning promptly and sometimes dramatically.
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