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His research focuses on the teaching and learning of basic counting, number, and arithmetic concepts and skills by young children and children with learning difficulties. Schoenfeld and published by Erlbaum Associates in Department of Education, Arthur J. The construct and measurement of spontaneous attention to number. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10, — Does fostering reasoning strategies for relatively difficult basic combinations promote transfer?

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The development of arithmetic concepts and skills: Constructive adaptive expertise more. This volume focuses on two related questions that are central to both the psychology of mathematical thinking and learning and to the improvement of mathematics education: What is the nature of arithmetic expertise?

How can instruction How can instruction best promote it? Publisher: books. Save to Library. Early Number Instruction more. Discusses the early stages of prenumber concept learning.

Contains 15 references. Curriculum and Pedagogy. Assessing Understanding in Mathematics with Concept Mapping more. This article compares the relative merits of using Cuisenaire rods unsegmented, unnumbered, and representing continuous quantities and number sticks segmented, numbered, and representing discrete quantities to introduce number and This article compares the relative merits of using Cuisenaire rods unsegmented, unnumbered, and representing continuous quantities and number sticks segmented, numbered, and representing discrete quantities to introduce number and arithmetic concepts to beginning students or students with learning difficulties or mental disabilities.

Publication Date: Apr 3, View on eric. Influencing Teachers' Attitudes About Creativity more. Creativity , Problem Solving , and Child Study. Indicates that the approach which is applicable across topics, ability, and age may help children feel more in control of their work and feel Indicates that the approach which is applicable across topics, ability, and age may help children feel more in control of their work and feel better about themselves and mathematics.

Problem size and mentally retarded children's judgment of commutativity more. The effects of problem size on judgments of commutativity by 51 moderately and mildly mentally retarded students were investigated. The task required subjects to judge whether commuted addition problems e. Small problems had addends of five or less; large problems had at least one addend greater than five.

Results indicated that many retarded students who are given computational practice recognize the general principle that addend order does not affect the sum. Children's Mathematical Thinking. Columbia Univ. Teachers College. Help ERIC expand online access to nearly Help ERIC expand online access to nearly , documents Publication Date: Page 1. Baroody and Kathleen E. Gannon University Gannon University of Rochester Psychology , Cognitive Science , and Cognition and Instruction.

Publisher: doi. View on direct. The development of kindergartners' mental-addition strategies more. It is not clear how well children so young could describe their estimation strategies, and the validity of verbal reports is questionable in any case Cooney, Ladd, Aberna thy It is not clear how well children so young could describe their estimation strategies, and the validity of verbal reports is questionable in any case Cooney, Ladd, Aberna thy ; RUSSO, Johnson, Stephens A Perspective on School Mathematics Reform more.

Psychology and Cognitive Science. Number words and number concepts: The interplay of verbal and nonverbal quantification in early childhood more.

The effects of cultural and educational variables on the development of number conservation were examined among African children from two cultural milieux agricultural and merchant. A task which evaluated counting skill was also A task which evaluated counting skill was also administered to determine if a relationship exists between counting facility and conservation.

Schooled Baoule agricultural children performed better than unschooled children on conservation. However, a matched group. View on jcc. Psychology and Mental Retardation. An evaluation of evidence supporting fact-retrieval models more. It then It then critically analyzes evidence adduced to support fact-retrieval models and points out plausible alternative explanations for these results.

For example, data collected on mental-arithmetic errors frequently confound retrieved responses with nonretrieved responses. Thus, factor-related errors e. The article concludes with recommendations for more clearly determining how the basic number facts are learned and represented. Baroody Herbert P. Preschoolers' Informal Mathematical Skills more. Background Research on Early Mathematics more. View on nga. Resnick implied that children have both a unary and a binary conception of additive commutativity from the earliest stages of development.

The data were inconsistent with the predictions of both models and suggest three alternate theoretical explanations. Moreover, the data indicate that success on a task involving change-add-to problems may be a more rigorous test of understanding of additive commutativity than that involving part-part-whole problems.

Reid , and David Purpura. ABSTRACT Previously, researchers have relied on asking young children to plot a given number on a 0 to 10 number line to assess their mental representation of numbers 1 to 9. Between and within conditions, children were significantly more accurate on the modified version than on the conventional task.

The results indicate that the conventional task, in particular, may be confusing and that several simple modifications can make it more understandable for young children. However, when performance on theoretically related number tasks is taken into account, both the conventional and the modified N-P tasks appeared to underestimate competence.

Children's Use of Mathematical Structure more. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education , Vol. Curriculum and Pedagogy and For. Psychology and School Psychology. Education Systems. The developmental bases for early childhood number and operations standards more. Publisher: gse. Why can't Johnny remember the basic facts? The impact of highly and minimally guided discovery instruction on promoting the learning of reasoning strategies for basic add-1 and doubles combinations more.

Psychology and Education Systems. Early Childhood Mathematics more. ABSTRACT Although the term early childhood mathematics education often refers to instruction for three- to six-year-olds in preschool or kindergarten programs by a teacher or paraprofessional, the present review will focus on the ABSTRACT Although the term early childhood mathematics education often refers to instruction for three- to six-year-olds in preschool or kindergarten programs by a teacher or paraprofessional, the present review will focus on the mathematical teaching and learning of children from birth to kindergarten six years of age.

Indeed, increasingly, the term early childhood mathematics education includes other intentional training by educational media e.

Moreover, although the term sometimes includes primary school grades one and two children, this review will not include references that focus on grade one children or those who are older primarily because of limited space.

However, some references in which a portion of the sample included those who were as old as eight years are included. Since the s, research has revealed that preschoolers are capable of developing a surprising degree of informal mathematical knowledge. Although scholars continue to debate how children acquire this knowledge, they generally agree that early mathematical knowledge provides an essential foundation for understanding and learning school or formal mathematics.

Unfortunately, research has also shown that significant differences in mathematical knowledge emerge before school begins. Baroody, David J. Purpura, and Erin E. Fuchs, L.

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