Does it all add up? Changes in children's knowledge of addition combinations, strategies, and principles.
The development of arithmetic concepts and skills: constructing adaptive expertise.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, N.J; London, pp. 35-74.
||a. Psychology of number development b. Developmental psychology. c. Provides an original analysis of progress in understanding number development in preschool and primary education contexts. Includes report of study supervised by first author on preschool children’s understanding of commutativity. d. The chapter was an invited contribution. In his commentary, published in the book, Professor Bisanz identifies the chapter as ‘informative and thoughtful’, showing ‘good theoretical sensitivity to gaps in our knowledge’, and ‘good methodological sensitivity to shortcomings in our measurement tools’. e. Critical and comprehensive review of psychological studies. Study reported concerns 58 Greek preschool children assessed on counting, addition, and test of commutativity developed by author. f. Reviewed by book editors and series editor. g. Sole author. This document has been closed because the permission of the publisher has not been verified.
||Numeracy , 5 - 10 , Overseas , Primary school
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