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Description: A network of teachers, educators and students interested in supporting and developing children's early graphic interpretations of mathematical concepts.
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Description:The Children's Mathematics Network is an international, non-profit-making organisation for teachers, practitioners, students, researchers and teacher educators working with children in the birth-8 year age range. We focus on children's mathematical graphics and the meanings children make. We explore 'written' mathematics within the context of multi-literacies, including art and writing. Our work is based on extensive, evidence-based research with children, teachers and families and within the context of our own teaching. We advocate a spirit of freedom and creativity for teachers: more importantly the freedom for children to explore their own meanings in creative ways. Our aim is to hear the voice of the child.


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Creation Date: 06-jan-2006
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