Tidig taluppfattning kritisk för lärande i matematik

En ny longitudinell studie vid University of Michigan uppmärksammar betydelsen av tidig taluppfattning som grund för framgångrikt lärande i matematik

Teacher Influence Persists in Early Grades, [sciencedaily.com] …
Helping Children Learn to Understand Numbers: It’s All in the Way We Speak to Them, [sciencedaily.com] …

Although number words are common in everyday speech, learning their meanings is an arduous, drawn-out process for most children, and the source of this delay has long been the subject of inquiry. Children begin by identifying the few small numerosities that can be named without counting, and this has prompted further debate over whether there is a specific, capacity-limited system for representing these small sets, or whether smaller and larger sets are both represented by the same system. Here we present a formal, computational analysis of number learning that offers a possible solution to both puzzles.
The Enigma of Number: Why Children Find the Meanings of Even Small Number Words Hard to Learn and How We Can Help Them Do Better, [plosone.org] …
You can count on this: Math ability is inborn, new research suggest, [sciencedaily.com] …
Preschoolers’ Grasp of Numbers Predicts Math Performance in School Years; Early Number Sense Linked to Elementary Math Scores, [www.sciencedaily.com] …
Program to Overcome Early U.S. Math Deficiencies Could Improve Workforce [sciencedaily.com] …
Geary, D. C., Hoard, M. K., Nugent, L., & Bailey, D. H.Adolescents’ functional numeracy is predicted by their school entry number system knowledge. PLoS ONE, 2013 DOI [plosone.org] …
Teaching students what they already know? The (mis)alignment between mathematics instructional content and student knowledge in kindergarten …
Most math being taught in kindergarten is old news to students …

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