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Describes how children construct mathematics from birth and throughout life through cognitive development and interaction with their environment.
Lists the guiding principles about child-centered education including the idea that all children have a right to an education and every child is unique.
A list and description of Gardner's proposed eight types of intelligences and examples of relevant behaviors.
This article discusses about the different learning styles of children.  When it comes to teaching and learning, one style does not fit all.
An overview on how gender influences academic achievement.
Summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of both homogeneous ability grouping and heterogeneous ability grouping of middle school students. Discusses how to
Especially helpful for educators who work with students of diverse backgrounds, this article describes how particular cultural backgrounds influence learning.
Summarizes five main factors that influence motivation as well as additional research on mathematical instruction and student learning.
Presents an overview of the four learning theories: Behaviorism, Constructivism, Sociolinguistics, and Cognitive/Information Processing.
The will to learn is an intrinsic motive, one that finds both its source and its rewards in its own exercises. This article provides insight on different
Summarizes the importance of continuity of experiences in early childhood.  Continuity will enhance and strengthen concepts, ideas, and perceptions of content.
The article discusses how visual-perceptual weaknesses can affect motor and language functions which in turn causes academic delays in children.
Describes learning that is experienced firsthand including touching, taking apart, tasting, and smelling things in the here and now.
Discusses cognitive style which is a person's preferred way of looking at and interacting with the world.  A person's cognitive style is influenced by such
How do children learn mathematics? This article describes three levels of representation of knowledge as well as three types of learning experiences.
Overviews teacher behaviors and the resulting effect on student learning and achievement.  Includes the role of emotion, expectations and ability grouping.
Summarizes qualities of classroom tasks that are likely to affect students'  expectations for success and promote maximum student learning.
Students face many adjustments in school. From year to year, there are changes in teachers, classrooms, school and class rules and procedures etc. Their
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