This bridge event webinar, “Teaching Math to Young Children,” was hosted by the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Southwest on April 15, 2015. The webinar presents an overview of the What Works Clearinghouse Teaching Math to Young Children practice guide, with a focus on teaching children to view their world mathematically.
The webinar is in three parts. Part 2 of 3, the main presentation, is presented by Sharon M. Carver, Ph.D. Dr. Carver is the director of the Children’s School, Carnegie Mellon University, and a coauthor of the practice guide.
To view the full webinar archive: http://relsouthwest.sedl.org/bridge_events/2015-04-15_prekmath1/index.html
Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest website: http://relsouthwest.sedl.org/
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