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Unraveling the Messages Our Behaviors Send to Students

For Those Who Teach

Unraveling the Messages Our Behaviors Send to Students

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How we teach begins and ends with behaviors. It’s good to remind ourselves of that every so often. Most of the ingredients identified as the components of effective instruction—things like clarity, organization, and enthusiasm—are abstractions. They’re intangible, without physical form. Their presence or absence is conveyed by the behaviors that have come to be associated with them.

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