Understanding the Mathematics Found in Exploration, Investigation and Play

Resource Type
Archived Webinars
Resource Category
STEAM - Mathematics
Allen Rosales

1.5-hour webinar that took place on November 9, 2020.

Part 1 of 3-Part Math Series
It is recommended to participate in all 3 in this series.  Recording will be provided of prior webinars.

Mathematizing is the process of understanding the math occurring within children's daily lives.
- The quality of materials dictates the quality of the mathematical thinking children will process.
- The exploration of materials builds the logical-mathematical skills required for understanding mathematics.
- The investigation of math concepts within real-world applications develops the understanding of the mathematical relationships found within structures and their function.
- Play is an opportunity to use math language and inquiry to communicate and express one's understanding of the world around us.

Part 2 - Building Mathematical Connections & Relationships that Promote School Readiness - 1/11/2021
Part 3 - Building Mathematical Connections & Relationships with Literature & Science that Promote School Readiness - 2/8/2021