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Susan C. Levine

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Author:The University of Chicago
Description: Biography, courses, and more about Levine, the co-director of the Center for Early Childhood Research. Her freely downloadable articles include "Early puzzle play: A predictor of preschoolers' mental rotation skill"; "The role of parents and teachers in the development of gender-related math attitudes"; "The development of measurement: From holistic perceptual comparison to unit understanding"; "Girls' math achievement is related to their female teachers' math anxiety"; "Socio-economic variation, number competence, and mathematics learning difficulties in young children"; "The development of proportional reasoning: Effect of continuous vs. discrete quantities"; "Quantitative development in infancy and early childhood"; "Early fraction calculation ability"; "Development of proportional reasoning: Where young children go wrong?" and "Early numerical representations and the natural numbers: Is there really a complete disconnect?" and "What counts in the development of children's number knowledge?"

Levels: Elementary
Languages: English
Resource Types: Articles
Math Topics: Fractions/Decimals/Percents, Number Sense/About Numbers, Communicating Math
Math Ed Topics: Psychological/Affective Issues, Psychological Research

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