A Learners’ View (ALV) Is Of The Straightest and Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.
Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning is a guide to the richly textured behavior patterns people use to learn. It also identifies how people use these descriptions to increase learning promptly and dramatically. These descriptions are companions to the content taught in academic courses of classic education programs.
This site contains descriptions of social actions people take to learn. Learning occurs in one choice one person at a time. Learners make these choices moment by moment in and out of schools.
Behavioral and social scientists have described micro choices people make to learn as well as how chains of these choices affect learners’ life chances.
These chains form a triple helix with content learned. Chains of choices also form levels of choices people make as in selecting one pancake from a stack of pancakes.
No evidence exists that people have learned or are learning in ways other than as behavioral and social scientists have been refining their descriptions for more than a century.
Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices… includes written descriptions as well as increasingly through links to video demonstrations, webinars, PowerPoint Slides, and graphic arts; essay length articles; lecture notes; short quick reference entries; suggested readings; glossary; and worksheets.
These breath life into the topic of how people learn and how observers can monitor and manage learning, including in the 21st Century.
Classic Education: A Learners’ View (ALV) of Choices during Teaching and Learning was launched on November 29, 2008, has gone through several iterations, and has grown to include over 339 main pages plus articles that develop overviews on these pages created by enthusiasts like you! (Previously at EduClassics.com.)
Article Last Update: 11/10/2013