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- Attention assumption
- Benjamin Franklin writing technique
- Board technique
- Breaking the plane
- Class quiz
- Class script
- Classroom
- Classroom instruction as performance
- Classroom size
- Classroom speech technique
- Clicker polling
- Cognitive load
- Cognitive load when learning mathematics
- Cold calling
- Cold start
- Combinatorial explosion of questions and errors
- Concept dependency tracking
- Concept inventory
- Course evaluation
- Criterion-referenced assessment
- Define then discuss
- Difficulty of learning mathematics
- Direct instruction
- Discursiveness (explanations)
- Double illusion of transparency
- Dumbing down
- Eliezer Yudkowsky
- Error-spotting exercise
- Errorless learning
- Examples first
- Examples in mathematics
- Explainer
- Explainer-side versus learner-side optimization
- Feynman technique
- Forgetting curve
- Gain score
- Generality versus core insight trade-off in theorem statements
- Grade inflation
- Group calling
- Illusion of transparency
- Importance of struggling in learning
- In-class desk work
- Incremental reading
- Incubation-based studying
- Interleaving
- John Stillwell
- Just-in-time learning
- Kinds of math books
- Learner
- Learning from multiple sources
- Learning from scattered resources
- Learning through osmosis
- Learning versus performance
- List of illusions of understanding
- List of learning measures
- List of learning strategies
- List of learning techniques
- List of problems in mathematical notation
- List of terms related to generation
- Live math video
- Magic phrase for learners
- Main Page
- Marilyn Vos Savant
- Mark Eichenlaub
- Mathematics as isolation of logical difficulties of learning
- Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources project
- Memorization in mathematics
- Metacognition
- Motivated illusion of transparency
- Multiple-choice question
- Natural proof
- Normalized gain score
- Number of explainers and learners
- Open exposition problem
- Overfitting
- Overlearning
- Polling
- Positive and negative example
- Practice doing the real thing
- Presumption of learning failure
- Pretesting effect
- Pygmalion effect
- Question-evidence-conclusion note-taking strategy
- Questions or comments?
- Quiz and recall
- Remembering mathematics
- Scope for improvement
- Self-explanation
- Silence is consent
- Spaced repetition
- Split attention effect
- String replacements of code words
- Subtle point
- Summary table of methods of recall
- Switch off
- Teaching for understanding versus teaching for creation
- Teaching to the test
- Techniques for reducing cognitive load
- Timothy Gowers
- Transfer of learning
- Tristan Needham
- Understanding mathematical definitions
- Voluntary participation
- Worked-example effect