The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction

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Index
Note: Entries followed by an f denote figures.
accident, error and, 78f
accommodation, 59, 87
achievement
affection and, 151–152
assessment frequency correlation, 13–14, 13f
effect of teachers on, 1–3, 3f rules and procedures correlation, 118–121
actions, graduated consequences, 141–143
advance organizers, 32–33, 33f
affection in student-teacher relations, 151–152, 155– 157
affective tone, 166, 169–170
analogies, creating, 65, 76–77, 77f
anger, in the classroom, 146–147, 160–161
arguing, error and, 78f
Aristotle, 63
assessment
formative, 12–14, 13f, 24–27, 27f
summative, 13
attack errors, 63, 78f
attention, focusing. See engagement
authority, appealing to, 79f
automaticity, 61
backing in effective support, 90
Bacon, Francis, 63
behavior, the language of, 152–153, 155–161, 165
behaviors
to communicate expectations, 165–167
extrinsically/intrinsically motivated, 15
free-choice, 16
to indicate interest and affection, 155–157
on-task, 99
of withitness, 140–142
bias in sources, 79f
body representations activity, 111
Box, George, 4
categorizing and classifying, 74
cause, false, 78f
chunking, 34, 44–48
classifying, 65, 74–75, 76f
Classroom Feud game, 106–107
classroom management. See also rules and procedures
classroom scenario, 117–118
occupying the entire room technique, 141
organizing the classroom for, 121–123, 123f, 124f
pacing in, 112–113
research and theory on, 118–121, 119f stimulus cueing, 140–141
students out of control, 146–147
withitness for avoiding problems, 140–143
classroom meetings, 129–130
clozentropy, 101

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