Catalyzing Change in Early Childhood and Elementary Mathematics
Students’ mathematical learning at Early Childhood and Elementary often sets the stage for their education trajectory. Examine how to make a positive difference for each and every student at this level.
The purpose of this book study guide is to provide stakeholder groups with a tool to initiate needed critical conversations and actions in early childhood and elementary mathematics.
Format: The book study guide is designed to support multiple formats, including face-to-face, online, and hybrid settings. The book study guide is organized by chapter. The questions for each chapter can be adapted to best meet the needs of the book study group
participants. In addition, facilitators are encouraged to incorporate into the sessions any of the many conversation starters found throughout the book.
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May 27, 2020 7:00 p.m. EDT | Speaker: DeAnn Huinker, Cathery Yeh, Nicole Rigelman, and Anne Marie Marshall
Join us in this informative webinar as we take a closer look at NCTM’s recently released Catalyzing Change in Early Childhood and Elementary Mathematics. As we launch children on their mathematical journeys, we need to broaden the purposes of learning mathematics,
create equitable structures, implement equitable instruction, and develop deep mathematical understanding. We will discuss and provide examples highlighting wonder, joy, and deep learning of mathematics. Special attention will be given to considering how the messages of
Catalyzing Change challenge us to dismantle inequitable policies and practices in order to ensure the highest-quality mathematics education for each and every child.
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