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Exploring Mathematics Through Play in the Early Childhood Classroom

reviewed by Pooja Shivraj & Leanne R. Ketterlin-Geller - October 21, 2015

coverTitle: Exploring Mathematics Through Play in the Early Childhood Classroom
Author(s): Amy Noelle Parks
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807755893, Pages: 160, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 21, 2015
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18164, Date Accessed: 2/24/2021 6:54:25 PM

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  • Pooja Shivraj
    Southern Methodist University
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    POOJA SHIVRAJ, PhD, is an Educational Assessment Researcher at the Research in Mathematics Education (RME) Unit at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, TX. She currently serves as a co-Principal Investigator for a project to develop and implement mathematics instructional materials to help parents supports their children's early numeracy skills. Her research interests focus on the development of formative assessments and the validation of the interpretations made from them. She has presented her research at conferences nationwide. In addition, she has also taught high school Algebra and Geometry.
  • Leanne Ketterlin-Geller
    Southern Methodist University
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    LEANNE KETTERLIN-GELLER, PhD, is a Professor in Education Policy and Leadership at Southern Methodist University. She also serves as the director for the K-12 STEM Initiatives with the Caruth Institute of Engineering Education and the director of the Research in Mathematics Education Unit. She has served as Principal Investigator for numerous funded projects investigating test accommodations and test development procedures to support students with disabilities. Her interests focus on developing effective formative assessment procedures in mathematics and valid decision-making systems for students with diverse needs through the integration of accommodations and principles of universal design. Her work is centered on using technology to provide flexible assessment systems for supporting studentsí needs with embedded accommodations. She works closely with teachers and administrators to understand the application of measurement and assessment principles for making decisions in school settings. She has published articles and book chapters in the areas of testing accommodations, universal design for assessment, and using data from large-scale and classroom-based assessment for making decisions. She has presented original research findings at local, national, and international conferences. In addition, Dr. Ketterlin-Geller taught high school science and is a trained K-12 administrator.
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