3 edition of Fostering children"s mathematical development found in the catalog.
Fostering children"s mathematical development
An innovative project where teachers helped young children construct a deep understanding of number and operations in a math workshop environment. From the project a 21st-century approach that provides pre-and inservice teachers with an interactive, video-based, digital context for inquiry into the teaching and leaning of mathematics.
|Other titles||Landscape of learning., Professional development overview manual.|
|Statement||Antonio Cameron, Sherrin B. Hersch, and Catherine Twomey Fosnot.|
|Series||Young mathematicians at work: constructing number sense, addition, and subtraction|
|Contributions||Hersch, Sherrin B., Fosnot, Catherine Twomey., Dolk, Maarten.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Fostering Children's Mathematical Development focuses on short video clips from classroom situations, providing opportunities to observe, analyze, and discuss critical moments in children's development, and then to build a landscape of the ideas, strategies, and models of multiplication, and division development.
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Out of Print--Limited Availability. Designed for workshop participants and preservice teachers, the Fostering Childrens Mathematical Development CD-ROM offers users a multi-media learning environment for professional development on topics ranging from instruction to assessment. Buy Fostering Childrens Mathematical Power 98 edition () by Arthur J.
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