The development of arithmetic concepts and skills: Constructing adaptive expertise

  title={The development of arithmetic concepts and skills: Constructing adaptive expertise},
  author={Arthur J. Baroody and Ann Dowker},
Contents: G. Hatano, Foreword. A.J. Baroody, A. Dowker, Preface. A.J. Baroody, The Development of Adaptive Expertise and Flexibility: The Integration of Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge. R. Cowan, Does It All Add Up? Changes in Children's Knowledge of Addition Combinations, Strategies, and Principles. A.J. Baroody, S.H. Tiilikainen, Two Perspectives on Addition Development. A.J. Baroody, J.L.M. Wilkins, S.H. Tiilikainen, The Development of Children's Understanding of Additive Commutativity… 
Children's understanding of addition and subtraction concepts.
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