Ch 27: Mathematical Development & Curriculum

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Mathematical Development & Curriculum - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you'll find concise lessons covering mathematical development and curriculum for your review. Just a couple of the topics provided include the development of math skills in children and the use of technology in the classroom. You should be able to achieve the following once you finish these lessons:

  • Outline mathematical development in children
  • Discuss the development of numeracy skills in children
  • Develop effective mathematical assessments for the classroom
  • Understand how to differentiate math instruction
  • Identify the use of math technology in the classroom

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5 Lessons in Chapter 27: Mathematical Development & Curriculum
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Mathematical Development in Children

1. Mathematical Development in Children

Read this lesson, and you'll be surprised at how quickly little children learn about math and how it applies to their little world. You'll learn what to look for at each age.

The Development of Numeracy Skills in Children

2. The Development of Numeracy Skills in Children

Numeracy is mathematical literacy. Its development and internalization in students is essential to students' success in school and beyond, but there are factors that can affect students' development of this critical skillset.

Developing Mathematical Assessments for the Classroom

3. Developing Mathematical Assessments for the Classroom

Assessments are an essential part of the teaching process. In this lesson, you'll learn how to develop mathematical assessments for the classroom. You'll also explore major types of assessments that can test your students' understanding.

How to Differentiate Math Instruction

4. How to Differentiate Math Instruction

In today's diverse classrooms, teachers must differentiate their math instruction in order to meet the needs of a variety of learners. This lesson will explain the main principles of and strategies that support the differentiated math classroom.

Math Technology in the Classroom

5. Math Technology in the Classroom

Teachers use lots of tools to keep students engaged and active learners. Math class is no exception, and technology is a great way to hook learners. This lesson examines how math technology can be used in pre-K through 12 classrooms.

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