These resources feature Joanne Mulligan, an associate professor in mathematics education and associate director of the Centre for Research in Mathematics and Science Education (CRiMSE) at Macquarie University in Sydney. Dr. Mulligan specializes in early mathematical development for children aged 4 to 9 and has 30 years of related experience, both as a primary school teacher and a mathematics education researcher.
August 26, 2013
Joanne Mulligan questions the efficacy of new electronic educational devices.
Joanne Mulligan shows a young student's emerging understanding of the concept of "pattern."
Joanne Mulligan provides an example of a six-year-old's personal rules for counting to 20.