Index

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  • Abecedarian Approach
    • child development center for
    • commitment to high quality in
    • conversational reading in
    • education curriculum of
    • enriched caregiving in
    • health and family support services in
    • identifying target populations for
    • learning games in
    • longitudinal applications of
    • participation levels and child outcomes with
    • rationale for educational elements of
    • results of
    • supervision in
  • Abecedarian Protocol
  • Academic achievement, cognitive abilities and, see Cognitive-achievement relationship
  • Academic production, executive difficulties and
    • interventions for
    • in mathematics
    • in reading
    • in writing
  • Academic skills:
    • and note-taking development
    • relations among cognitive abilities, neuropsychological processes, and
  • Accommodation(s):
    • in MARC
    • for memory deficits
  • Accountability, in family–school relationships
  • Actions (in “Four A's” Approach)
  • Active listening
  • Adams, K. S.
  • Adaptive sets
  • ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)
  • Adjustments:
    • to Tier 1 instruction
    • to Tier 2 instruction
    • to Tier 3 instruction
  • AFT (American Federation of Teachers)
  • Algebra, as critical mathematics domain
  • Alleles
  • Alloway, T. P.
  • Alphabet charts, bilingual
  • Alphabetic Phonics
  • Alphabetic principle:
    • defined
    • and English Learner instruction
  • Amalgamation. See also Orthographic mapping
  • American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
  • Anderson, M. C.
  • Approach (in “Four A's” Approach)
  • Arcademics games
  • Archer, A. L.
  • Arithmetic flashcards
  • Articulatory gestures
  • Atmosphere (in “Four A's” Approach)
  • Attention:
    • educational ...

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