• Political Science
  • Published 2013

Research to Practice: In Early Childhood Mathematics Education (ECME), Teachers’ Beliefs Count

@inproceedings{Hachey2013ResearchTP,
  title={Research to Practice: In Early Childhood Mathematics Education (ECME), Teachers’ Beliefs Count},
  author={Alyse C. Hachey},
  year={2013}
}
A study of early childhood teacher beliefs about mathematics and ECMEwas conducted.  The results show thatteachers may not hold as negative views about ECME and seem to be engaging inmore ECME in the classroom.  However,this is tempered by findings that suggest that ECME practice may be counter tocurrent guidelines, both in scope and methods of instruction. 

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