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[[The Landscape of Learning and Learning Trajectories]] (Fosnot & Dolk, 2002) - Summary & Reference Information [[The Landscape of Learning and Learning Trajectories]] (Fosnot & Dolk, 2002) - Summary & Reference Information
-[http://www.omca.ca/resources/Early_Num_Must_Read.pdf Recommended Professional Reading For Early Numeracy/Mathematics], compiled by the Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association (OMCA). While many of these references have to do with numeracy specifically, some of the references are useful as insights into the development of mathematical thinking in students. I am just finishing up Liping Ma's book (Knowing And Teaching Elementary Mathematics: Teachers' Understanding of Fundamental Mathematics in China and the United States), and will hopefully present something on it over the coming weeks.+[http://www.omca.ca/resources/Early_Num_Must_Read.pdf Recommended Professional Reading For Early Numeracy/Mathematics], compiled by the Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association (OMCA). While many of these references have to do with numeracy specifically, some of the references are useful as insights into the development of mathematical thinking in students. I am just finishing up Liping Ma's interesting book (''Knowing And Teaching Elementary Mathematics: Teachers' Understanding of Fundamental Mathematics in China and the United States'', reference on the last page of the OMCA list), and will hopefully present something on it over the coming weeks.
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The Landscape of Learning and Learning Trajectories (Fosnot & Dolk, 2002) - Summary & Reference Information

Recommended Professional Reading For Early Numeracy/Mathematics (http://www.omca.ca/resources/Early_Num_Must_Read.pdf), compiled by the Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association (OMCA). While many of these references have to do with numeracy specifically, some of the references are useful as insights into the development of mathematical thinking in students. I am just finishing up Liping Ma's interesting book (Knowing And Teaching Elementary Mathematics: Teachers' Understanding of Fundamental Mathematics in China and the United States, reference on the last page of the OMCA list), and will hopefully present something on it over the coming weeks.



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