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A Distinction Between Conceptual Knowledge and Procedural Knowledge
Chances are, when you learned elementary mathematics, you learned to perform mathematical procedures. Known to...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
22.
Components of Effective Mathematics Instruction
Less is known about the components of effective mathematics instruction than about the components of effective reading...
Source: LD Online 
23.
Development of Cognitive Structures Related to Mathematics
As children develop cognitively from prelingual and presymbolic stages to the use of language and symbols to...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
24.
Characteristics of Students' Mathematics Learning Problems
About 23 percent of fourthgrade students and 32 percent of eighthgrade students scored below basic on the 2003...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
25.
Child Development Tracker: Mathematics From Age 5 to 6
Fiveyearolds know the characteristics of various shapes, have improved number sense, and can think more abstractly....
Source: PBS Parents 
26.
Kindergarten Math: What Happens April  June?
By the end of kindergarten math, your child will be asked to take what she's learned and apply it in more abstract ways....
Source: Education.com 
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Activities to Develop Number Skills
Learning to Count by Rote Singing number songs or counting as a group in the classroom teaches the child counting...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
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Outdoor Education: An Entry to Careers In Science and Math For Diverse Populations
Over the next decade, employment in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) sector is expected to...
Source: Nature Deficit Disorder Special Edition Contributor 
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Learning Mathematics  Activities for the Grocery Store: Kindergarten through Grade 2
Mathematics at the Grocery Store — Activities The grocery store is one of the best examples of a place where the...
Source: U.S. Department of Education 
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Making Math Not Suck
In the 2006 State of the Union Address, President George Bush used the word math five times. Why is this significant?...
Source: Education.com