For Teachers and Home Visitors

Differentiated instruction for early mathematics instruction is supported through understanding and use of Learning Trajectories. See video below for more!
Description of all Learning Trajectories

Introducing and Using Games in the Classroom

The Building Blocks of Mathematics for Infants and Toddlers
Supporting Dual Language Learners
Teaching Math to Young Children - IES Practice Guide
  • This REL Central video focuses on actionable strategies to increase the quality of math instruction in children’s early years. Dr. Douglas Clements presents this brief discussion delving into the key components of “early number knowledge” using Recommendation 1, “Teach number and operations using a developmental progression” from the What Work’s Clearinghouse practice guide Teaching Math to Young Children.
  • This REL Central video focuses on actionable strategies to increase the quality of math instruction in the early years and to improve general language and broad cognitive competencies for learners. Dr. Douglas Clements, presents this brief discussion delving into math questioning strategies using the What Work’s Clearinghouse practice guide Teaching Math To Young Children’s Recommendation 4, “Teach Children to View and Describe Their World Mathematically.”
Tips for Read-Alouds in Math - This resources provides research-supported ways to engage children in math through books. It also includes a large list of books for children in multiple areas of math.

Brief Reading Tips

Mathematical Structure and Error in Kindergarten

Differentiating Instruction with LTs

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