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McGee Mileen, 2005
A discussion of how an early childhood teacher uses a combination of direct mathematics instruction and informal instruction through life experiences in the classroom, called ?hidden mathematics?
Hansen Laurie E., 2005
A discussion of how concepts in mathematics can be introduced through life experiences in preschool classrooms and at home, such as in activities involving nature, money, playing, bathing, and cooking
Sophian Catherine, 2003
A description of a new mathematics curriculum focusing on unit measurement, inspired by the ideas of Davydov and implemented in Head Start University Partnership centers
Dobbs-Oates Jennifer, Doctoroff Greta L., Fisher Paige H., 2003
Brief findings from a study in which Head Start teachers integrated an activity-based mathematics curriculum into the everyday activities of their classrooms.
Sarama Julie, Clements Douglas H., 2003
A presentation of the Building Blocks project, which aims to develop a software-enhanced mathematics curriculum that enables young children to build solid content knowledge
Seo Kyoung-Hye, Bruk Sandra J., 2003
A discussion of a mathematics homework project, developed by the principal and teachers of Frances Starms Early Childhood Center, which provides children the opportunity to convey mathematical knowledge and skills from school to their home…