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Category Archives: Early Childhood
By Priscilla Bremser, Contributing Editor, Middlebury College The more I teach and learn mathematics, the more I regard the subject as a powerful resource that is unfairly distributed. Clearly, I’m not alone. Search for “underrepresented” on the American Mathematical Society … Continue reading
By Art Duval, Contributing Editor, University of Texas at El Paso Another year has flown by, and so it is once again a good time to collect and reflect on all the articles we have been able to share with … Continue reading
By Jennifer S. McCray, Assistant Research Scientist and Director of the Early Math Collaborative at Erikson Institute Effective early childhood math teaching is much more challenging than most people anticipate. Because the math is foundational, many people assume it takes … Continue reading