While speaking at the NAEYC Annual Conference this past week, I was interviewed by Ready Rosie about the importance of early math talk. Ready Rosie creates videos for parents that show fun ways to interact with their young children - and I'm happy to see that Ready Rosie is incorporating early math interactions as well as early language and literacy interactions into their apps. http://readyrosie.com/
Just led a packed workshop with over 120 people at the National Association for the Education of Young Children's 2015 Annual Conference in Florida. When early childhood teachers can see themselves as problem solvers and mathematicians, they are able to help their students see themselves as problem solvers and mathematicians.
Here are the handouts as well as the slides that so many participants were trying to take quick phone photos of...
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