years mathematics research
Anthony, G. and Walshaw, M. (2009)
Mathematics Education in the Early Years: building bridges,
Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 10(2), 107-121.
An investigation of children's knowledge of mathematics at school
entry and the knowledge their teachers hold about teaching and
learning mathematics, about young learners and mathematical subject
knowledge. British Education Research Journal, 20(1),
and Kumpulainen, K. (2012)
The emergence of mathematizing as a culture of participation in the
early childhood classroom. European Early Childhood Education
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Under threes’ mathematical learning. European Early Childhood
Education Research Journal, 2015, 23(1), 43-54.
and Ginsberg, H. (2003)
What is developmentally appropriate in early childhood mathematics?
Lessons from new research. In Clements, D. and Sarama, J. (eds.)
Engaging Young Children in Mathematics: Standards for Early
Childhood Mathematics Education. London: Routledge, 91-104.
interesting interview with Dr Herbert Ginsburg, visit the Scholastic
Young children’s photographs of measurement in the home.
Early Years: An International Research Journal, 32:1, 71-85.
The Significance of Counting. (1993) Education 3-13, Vol.
21, No. 3, 1993, p. 18-22.
Van Oers, B. Is
it play? (2013)
Towards a reconceptualisation of role play from an activity theory
perspective. European Early Childhood Education Research
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Play and its role in the mental development of the child.
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