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Exploring Science and Mathematics in a Child's World

ISBN-10: 0130945226
ISBN-13: 9780130945228
Edition: 2009
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Book details

List price: $117.80
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/28/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.20" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 1.606

A Child's World How Young Children Learn Introduction
Implications for Adults
A Child's World of Cause and Effect Creating Environments that Support Development How Emergence of Language Supports Mathematics and Science Learning
Emergence of Symbolic Language Mathematics Development
Pattern the underlying theme of all mathematic and science
Sequence organization and order of succession of events and experiences
Seriation organizing or ordering things in a logical way
Spatial Relationships
Object Permanence
Sorting putting together items with like attributes
Comparing noting similarities and differences between items or events
Classifying
One-to-One Correspondence Thinking Skills
Observing
Imagining
Problem Solving
Collecting and Organizing Data National Standards in Mathematics and Science Review and Discussion Questions
Nurturing Child Development Environments that Promote Learning Introduction
Creating a Culture of Caring: The Teacher s Role
Valuing Children and Childhood
Safety within a Caring Culture
Play
Providing Emotional Security
Being Responsive
Constructing Meaning through Misconceptions
Building a Sense of Community Families and Schools Together Children s Questions and Curiosities
Experiencing Newness
Encouraging Wonder and Discovery
Teachers Roles in Creating a Curious Classroom Wiggle Room and Opportunities for Movement
Creating an Environment
Cooperative Culture for Independent Thinking
Concept Explorations - Long term projects Documenting Experiences
Documenting through Concept Exploration Review and Discussion Questions
The Process Of Problem Solving For Children Introduction
The Nature of Problem Solving Problem-Solving Styles
Active Versus Reflective Styles How Problem-Solving Styles Affect Classroom Practices and Student Experiences
Teacher Tendencies
Student Tendencies Teacher and Student Interactions
Random Abstract Teachers and Concrete Sequential Students
Concrete Sequential Teachers and Random Abstract Students Classroom Experiences with Problem Solving
Authentic Learning Problem Solving in the Real World Design of Classroom Activities that Encourage Problem Solving Teaching at Each of the Four Stages of Problem Solving
Collecting and Organizing Data Review and Discussion Questions
Measurement A Way To Capture Observations In Mathematics And Science Introduction
Using Senses to Experience the World How Things Change and Grow
Seeking Inventive Ways to Capture Change and Growth Formal Approaches and Techniques of Measurement
National Standards Concerning Measurement
Instructional Psychology for Teaching Measurement
Some Ideas for Teaching Children to Measure Ways to Help Children Communicate and Share Mathematical Ideas
Group Sharing and Discussion Format
Journaling
Making a Book
Modeling Appropriate Mathematical and Scientific Language
Relating Rational Counting of Units to the Process of Measurement
Providing Discrete Items to Count when Measuring
Developing Referents for Measurement
Temperature Review and Discussion Questions Resources for Teachers
Organizing Data In Science And Mathematics Introduction
Usefulness of Charts and Graphs Types of Charts
Webs
Venn Diagrams Types of Graphs
People Graphs
Concrete Graphs

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