Early childhood mathematics : Recognise, celebrate and build—Book 2

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Papic, Marina, Highfield, Katherine and Monteleone, Chrissoula. (2023). Early childhood mathematics : Recognise, celebrate and build—Book 2 Early Childhood Australia Inc.
AuthorsPapic, Marina, Highfield, Katherine and Monteleone, Chrissoula
Abstract

This book, part of the Research in Practice Series, invites educators to explore mathematical processes and pedagogies. Here we highlight the value of assessment in planning for children’s mathematical learning and the critical role of the teacher as an active agent in the planning cycle for mathematics.

The book will support educators to:

identify practical strategies to enable mathematical processes in young children’s learning

integrate technology into their everyday assessment practices and children’s play-based and intentional experiences

document and assess children’s mathematics learning

integrate mathematics learning into their intentional teaching and children’s play-based and inquiry-based learning.

Keywordsearly childhood education; mathematics; numeracy; play-based learning; inquiry-based learning; mathematical pedagogy; lesson planning
ISBN9781863231022
Web address (URL)https://shop.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/product/rip2301/
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Research in Practice (Series) ; volume 30, number 1, 2023

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Year01 Jan 2023
PublisherEarly Childhood Australia Inc
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