This installment of aLEAP (A Learning Efficiency Analysis Paradigm) offers the abstract draft of Pattern Variables of Learning. This project leads to an automatic analysis of learning efficiency with Tablet and other mobile PCs. The second dimension of aLEAP consists of Pattern Variables of Learning (PVL). These patterns describe how learners respond to a situation. It identifies a succession of generic choices people make to learn. It makes explicit those subtle sensory inputs that allow teachers to monitor changes in the likelihood of a learner meeting a criterion for a lesson. Measuring a learner’s use of these variables permits forecasting learning of those who use Tablet and other mobile PCs in and out of schools. “Abstract: Pattern Variables of Learning (PVL) illustrates relationships among four orders of generic choices learners make to adopt new behavior patterns. It shows how one choice relates to others. These choices form a hierarchy of control over learning efficiency. This hierarchy provides an essential part of the infrastructure of how people learn. Tablet and other mobile PC developers may use this frame to design software consistent with how people learn in order to increase learning efficiency.” Heiny, R. A Learning Efficiency Analysis Paradigm Abstract. Posted by The Tablet PC In Education Blog at August 07, 2009, 3:54 AM. (Captured December 21, 7:11AM.) Heiny, R. aLEAP Toward Automatic Learning Analysis with Tablet PCs. Posted by The Tablet PC In Education Blog at November 29, 2009, 12:09 AM. (Captured December 21, 7:17AM.) Heiny, R. Learning with Tablet PCs – A Glossary 2.0.1 Posted by The Tablet PC In Education Blog at November 2, 2009, 6:18 AM. (Captured December 21, 7:24 AM.)
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