A collections of videos, articles, and links, all free teacher resources for early educators.
January 31, 2017
Spatial relationships is often overlooked in early education classrooms. One program demonstrates out impactful it can be.
This article, which includes powerful words by our own Dr. Jie-Qi Chen, describes the importance of early math, how it is often shortchanged in classrooms, and explains techniques that are becoming increasingly common for bringing out the math in early education classrooms.
This blog post by a passionate educator describes the current state of play in early childhood and advocates for its intentional use in early education classrooms and centers.
In his recently published article “The Wrong Way to Teach Math
This article from Scientific American dissects one of many homework assignments that have outraged parents recently, often with blame falling to the Common Core State Standards.
Amazon has recently launched a new campaign, “With Math I Can.
From our friends at Math At Home, this free online course delves into a lot of high-impact strategies that can help early educators bring out the the math.
Children with strong spatial reasoning skills are more likely to succeed in STEM fields later on in life.
Jane Waldfogel, one of the authors of Too Many Children Left Behind: The U.S. Achievement Gap in Comparative Perspective, discusses the problems that many children face growing up in the United States. Remarkably and troublingly,…