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

This site is designed for online use. It features, in the convention of Wiki websites, a branching strategy of links to more specific details about something you read. Each page is meant to capture a single description of an aspect of ALV; some descriptions are longer than others. You may read from beginning to end, from description to description, from section to section, or just one page as a reference.

It progresses from common words such as "a learners' view" to technical descriptions and definitions of this view in ways that let you put previously used skills to use quickly. Along the way, you'll find numerous examples, tips, special notes about issues to watch out for, and step-by-step descriptions of how to build, instruct, and assess lessons that learners learn.

It begins by exploring the unique vantage point, scope, and scale of ALV, then progresses to essential vocabulary and their relationships that make up this view.

Then the site explores applications that scientists and educators have used, including in classrooms and homes.

Also, you'll see implications of these applications for learners, their teachers, and their funders and policy makers.
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