A Learners’ View (ALV) Is Of Choices On The Shortest And Fastest Path To Learning, The Oxygen Of Social Life.
Theme: Learning occurs through social processes.
Learning in its simplest form, from a learners’ view (ALV), consists of the social processes of adopting, adapting, and extending ways other people accept connecting two dots. Dots represent vocabulary and the line represents relationships among vocabulary.
Education, a learners’ view (ALV), choices, teaching, and learning exist as social processes. The smallest unit to analyze them is a dyad, that is an agreement (exchange, transaction) between two people. Those words represent different aspects of what people can see, hear, and in other ways sense changes in patterns of interaction among people. Such differences arguably serve as the basis for changes in society. Social processes range from behavior patterns to social values that maintain society.
Last Edited: March 17, 2015