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Saracho Olivia N., Spodek Bernard, February 2009
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A historical overview of the movements influencing early years mathematics instruction in western culture from ancient times to 1900
Saracho Olivia N., Spodek Bernard, February 2009
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A historical overview of the movements influencing early years mathematics instruction in western culture between 1900 and 2008
Kilday Carolyn R., Kinzie Mable B., February 2009
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A review of 9 instruments used to measure the quality of mathematics teaching, 1 in preschool settings and 8 in kindergarten and subsequent grades, and a discussion of their potential uses in early childhood settings
Rudd Loretta C., Lambert Matthew C., Satterwhite Macy, Zaier Amani, August 2008
Reports & Papers
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A case study of the use of mathematical language by 11 teachers in interactions with children at a university child care center
Charlesworth Rosalind, 2005
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An overview of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards as they relate to prekindergarten mathematics concept development and instruction
Ethridge Elizabeth A., King James R., 2005
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A discussion questioning the use of calendar math in early childhood classrooms, based on developmental theory and classroom practice