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How to Choose to Use A Learners View (ALV)


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Robert Heiny submitted a new blog post:

How to Choose to Use A Learners View (ALV)

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

Choose to Blend What You Do with Choices People Make while Learning.

CHOOSE TO USE a learners' view (ALV), if you want one or more of the following:
  1. To increase measured learning by your students.
  2. More learners to say to you, "Thank you for showing me how to learn more."
  3. To see and hear with more confidence what learners do to complete your lessons successfully.
  4. To simplify planning, instructing, and assessing lessons.
  5. To increase accelerate, increase, and deepen (AID) what your students learn.
  6. To save time critiquing professional development sessions, textbooks, and selecting demonstrations, examples, and other material to use during lessons.

Based on observations of teachers of over 1 million learners in and out of schools, they have used these steps to choose to use experimental research descriptions of choices people make while learn in order to increase learning. They:
  1. Said to themselves, Yes, and followed through. Now, that step wasn't hard, was it?
  2. Simplified a sample lesson to test using ALV. Some asked others to help by editing their lessons.
  3. Read about or watched another teacher using essential elements of learning during a lesson. They also noted learners responding to those elements.
  4. Identified, adopted, and adapted (learned) how to fit content of their lessons to crucial elements of learning.
  5. Used ALV, usually unknowingly, as a routine part of their lessons.
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