July 18, 2013
Lyn English defines analogical reasoning and describes its importance and prevalence in early math classrooms.
Are the "Math Wars" back like a bad movie sequel? Why does the debate continue, sometimes vehemently, even when most people agree that quality math education must focus on both skills and conceptual understanding?
Research out of John Hopkins University and Michigan State University suggests that a strong link exists between young learners' spatial reasoning and computation abilities.
Yeap Ban Har explains the Lesson Study approach.
We find that one sure fire way to warm up children’s attitude towards mathematics is to build math activities and lessons out of the books they all love to read. When we start to sort…
Me on the Map by Joan Sweeney and Where Do I Live? by Neil Chesanow are two books that give children a way to explore where they are in relationship to other things and places.