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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 
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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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Kindergarten Math: What Happens from January to April?
Addition and subtraction in kindergarten? Things sure have changed since the days of counting to three and calling it...
Source: Education.com 
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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 
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What Is Emergent Mathematics?
Emergent mathematics is a term we will use to describe how children construct mathematics from birth and continuing...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
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Typical Curriculum Sequence for Developing Math Skills
Kindergarten Matches/sorts/names objects by size, color and shape; recites and recognizes numbers 120; onetoone...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
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Useful Referents for Common Metric Measurements
Linear Measurement Centimeter: the width across a childâ€™s little finger at the first joint, or the width of a...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
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Research on Motivation and Learning
Research on Motivation In summarizing 20 years of research in the area of motivation in mathematics education, James A....
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
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Basis of The High/Scope Curriculum
The High/Scope curriculum model has had a major influence on early childhood education for over 40 years (Bredekamp,...
Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall 
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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