I. A MODEL OF TEACHING.
1. The Origin of a Teacher Decision Making Model.
2. Significant Contributions of Psychology to Education.
3. Questions Regarding Hunter's Contribution.
4. Using Hunter's Contributions in the Real World.
II. DECISIONS ABOUT CONTENT.
5. Curricular Decisions, Task Analysis, and Diagnosis.
6. Teaching Concepts, Generalizations, and Discrimination.
7. Teaching to an Objective.
8. Planning for Effective Instruction.
III. DECISIONS ABOUT LEARNING BEHAVIORS.
9. Research on the Brain as a Basis for Teaching Decisions.
10. Sense (and Nonsense) About Your Students' Right and Left Hemispheres.
11. The Chalkboard: An Assist to Both Hemispheres.
12. Observational Learning.
IV. DECISIONS ABOUT TEACHING BEHAVIORS.
13. Efficient Use of Time for Effective Learning.
14. Examples: Accelerant or Deterrent to Learning?
15. Making Material Meaningful.
16. Helping Students Automate Basic Skills.
17. Helping a Student Who Is "Stuck."
18. Putting the Student ("You") at the Center of Learning.
19. Repeating Students' Answers: Helpful or Habit?
20. Teaching Students How to Disagree Agreeably.
21. Reducing Paperwork, But Not Instructional Effectiveness.
22. Homework: Asset to Learning or Waste of Time?
23. Testing and Teaching.
24. Education: The Ultimate Profession.