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Triple-Helix of Learning (THL)

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    Triple-Helix of Learning (THL)

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

    Definition: (POC). 1. Device to analyze, plan, and monitor the degree of fit between learning, instruction, and content of a lesson. 2. When essential elements of learning, instruction, and content of a lesson fit together to increase learning promptly. 3. Results when social patterns of learners match instruction of content in a lesson.

    Triple-Helix of Learning is to lessons as red, blue, and yellow are to colors. They consist of the elements that blend to form variations within their respective social activities.

    Triple-Helix of learning (THL) accounts for measurable details that occur while learners learn promptly during instruction. Scientists have demonstrated these elements in their studies.

    A triple-helix illustrates common threads across findings of these studies. This helix is formed in whole or in part when a series of elements of social patterns people use while learning matches a series of elements of patterns an instructor uses to instruct a series of elements that form the content of a lesson.

    Instructors may use this model to plan, monitor, and revise instruction and lessons.
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