5 edition of Science and mathematics in early-childhood education found in the catalog.
Science and mathematics in early-childhood education
Donna M. Wolfinger
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-286) and index.
|Statement||Donna M. Wolfinger.|
|LC Classifications||LB1139.5.S35 W65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||93030557|
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Exploring Science in Early Childhood Education 4th Edition Dr. Karen K. Lind is the director of the Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology at Illinois State University, where she holds a joint appointment as professor of curriculum and instruction, and professor of biological sciences.
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It also carefully addresses the ever-changing and. The math articles in this book include science concepts and ideas, and the science articles include math concepts and ideas. In addition, language, vocabulary, and books are integrated into almost every article—just as it should be.
I will add this book to my library, and I anticipate using it often. Based on the argument that high-quality STEM education needs to start early, this book emphasizes that early childhood education must include science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in developmentally appropriate ways based on the latest research and theories.
acquiring basic science and mathematics concepts as they explore their environment. The methods presented are intended to meet the developmental levels of young learners as they make connections with science and mathematics.
Also included is a review of science and mathematics content and process skills appropriate for early childhood age learners. of most early childhood teachers in a form to ef-fectively guide their teaching. It is not surprising then that a great many early childhood programs have a considerable distance to go to achieve high-quality mathematics education for children age Inwith the growing evidence that the early years significantly affect mathematics learn.
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By Amy MacDonald. The theoretical, practical and content guide to early childhood mathematics education. Mathematics in Early Childhood Education explores mathematics in a range of early childhood contexts, including home, playgroup, childcare, preschool, and book unfolds layers of knowledge relevant to early childhood mathematics education to help pre-service teachers.
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(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) at the Sea the ocean, sifting through sand, scooping up buckets of water, and chasing the waves. You’d be surprised at how much science and math children are learning as they play. Math skills taught in early childhood education are designed to provide the foundation children need to succeed in elementary school and beyond.
Educators should focus lessons in early childhood around the basic skills that build up to advanced mathematics in high school and college. A report supported by the National Science Foundation, titled STEM Starts Early: Grounding Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education in Early Childhood (McClure et al., ), sums up what researchers have found in regard to STEM and early learning.Teaching mathematics and science in early childhood: prospective kindergarten and primary school teachers’ beliefs be done in both professional development and beginning teacher education for early.
Mathematics in Early Childhood Education balances theoretical perspectives with strong practical examples and teacher guidance providing pre-service educators an all-round solution to teaching mathematics in early FEATURESBirth to age 8 focus with curriculum connections to both the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the.