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CONTENTS OF A LEARNERS' VIEW FOR TEACHERS

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    CONTENTS OF A LEARNERS' VIEW FOR TEACHERS

    Blending What Teachers Do with Choices People Make while Learning

    A Learners' Guide for Teachers describes ways to blend what teachers do with choices learners make while learning. This guide is part of Classic Education: A Learners' View of choices during Teaching and Learning. It offers ways can use a learners' view (ALV) to plan, instruct, and manage lessons that increase learning promptly and sometimes dramatically.



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    Contents at a Glance





    Preface


    Acknowledgments





    Introducing A Learners' Guide for Teachers


    A Learners' Guide for Teachers features a learners' view (ALV) of learning. This guide contains steps and forms consistent with experimental empirical behavioral research reports of what you can see and hear people do as they learn.



    Part I: How to


    A quick overview of choices teachers have to use ALV in order to increase learning promptly and sometimes dramatically.



    Choose to Use A Learners' View (ALV)


    Only two (2) choices exist to use or not to use ALV.



    Use this Guide


    Use ALV as a guide or as a reference.



    Observe Learning


    Use ALV to choose what to watch and hear.



    Increase Learning


    Reduce trials-and-errors of learners by strategically arranging elements of learning in strings of 20 second lessons.



    Discuss, Write, and Report Learning


    Use words and terms that represent what humans can see and hear without special equipment.



    Identify the Priority of ALV in Archtypes of Instruction


    Valuing patterns of instruction according to the efficiency of learning they yield.



    Analyze Content for a Lesson


    Identifying essential components of subject matter of a lesson.



    Use the Triple-Helix of Learning from a Lesson


    Blending ALV, principles of instruction, and subject matter into a lesson.



    Write a Plan for a 20 Second Lesson


    Steps to write this mini-lesson.



    Write a String of 20 Second Lesson Plans





    Simplify Lesson Plans





    Simplify Instruction





    Quick-Start to Use A Learners' View (ALV) version 1.0


    These steps guide users through an abridged use of ALV.



    Part II


    Details of steps and resources to use ALV.



    Chapter 1: Get Started Using A Learners' View (ALV)!


    This chapter introduces a learners' view (ALV), how to get ready to use it, and basic tools teachers use to prepare, offer, and assess a lesson.



    Chapter 2: Learn the Basics of A Learners' View (ALV)


    This chapter outlines a learners' view (ALV) of observable steps learners' use to adapt their behavior patterns to learn a lesson.



    Chapter 3: A Lesson from A Learners' View (ALV)


    This chapter tells you how to blend a learners' view (ALV) into your planning, instruction, and assessment of a lesson.



    Chapter 4: Lesson Formats from A Learners' View (ALV)


    This chapter presents formats for planning lessons from a learners' view (ALV).



    Chapter 5: Including A Learners' View (ALV) in Hybred Lesson Formats


    This chapter includes ways to use A Learners View (ALV) with popular formats by others.



    Chapter 6: Assessing Learning from A Learners' View (ALV)


    This chapter includes steps and ways to measure the extent to which lessons result in efficient learning.



    Part III


    Related strategies and preparation to use future editions of A Learners' Guide for Teachers.



    Appendix - Notices





    Glossary





    Bibliographic Notes





    Index









    Related Reading


    1. Meet Ima Learner
    2. Teaching with A Learners' View
    3. A Learners' View of a Lesson
    4. Selecting Tools for Planning, Instructing, and Managing a Lesson from A Learners' View (ALV
    5. Understanding the Behavioral Science of a Lesson
    6. Techniques for Planning, Instructing, and Managing a Lesson
    7. Working from Examples
    8. Focusing on a Lesson's Objective
    9. Simplifying a Lesson's Objective
    10. Editing a Lesson
    11. Assessing a Lesson
    12. Reducing Risks of Failure to Learn a Lesson

    Related Resources





    1. Summary of Classic Education: A Learners' View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning- A Two Minute Read
    2. The Instruction Cube to Analyze Instruction

    UNUSED NOTES


    Model of a Lesson from A Learners' View (ALV)





    Templates for Lessons from A Learners' View (ALV)





    Model from A Learners' View (ALV) of a Hunter ITIP Scaffolded Lesson





    Template for a Hybred of A Learners' View (ALV) and a Hunter Scaffolded Lesson





    Analysis of a Lesson from A Learners' View (ALV)


    Where Learning Occurs





    1. Classic Learning
    2. Education
    3. Education Classics
    4. Classic Education
    5. Classic and Progressive Education
    6. Classic Education, Science, and Scientific Method
    7. Classic Education for the 21st Century
    8. Depictions of Learning in Arts and Literature
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