"Making Math Meaningful" 11/5/19
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True or False... Math is something we all use every day in many different ways. *
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Which of the following is NOT a way you use math in your daily life? *
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True or False: Research shows that when young children have positive encounters with math early on, it helps them to develop their confidence in their own mathematical ability which leads to future success. *
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True or False: In early childhood education, math can, and should, be taught without worksheets and flashcards. *
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Which of the following is NOT a skill within the developmental area of Math Knowledge? *
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Which of the following best demonstrates how a child might demonstrate his/her understanding of Sorting/Grouping? *
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Which is NOT an example of an experience that would help children develop their understanding of positional concepts and spatial awareness? *
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Which of the following areas of Math Knowledge would be most appropriate for very advanced preschoolers and/or those in school? *
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In your opinion (there is not right or wrong answer), which area of math do you feel you address the most each day in your program? Which area do you address the least? *
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Here is a picture of children of children choosing a pumpkin. What math experiences could you plan related to the pumpkin they choose? *
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