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Reflections Magazine : Reflections Magazine Issue 54
Authors: Marina Papic Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University & Judy McKay-Tempest Indigenous Professional Support Unit (IPSU), Gowrie NSW 4 Children's learning experiences in the early years play an important role in setting foundations for lifelong learning (Clements & Sarama, 2011). Research shows that high quality developmentally appropriate early childhood programs produce both short and long-term effects on children's cognitive and social development (Barnett, Hustedt, Hawkinson, & Robin, 2007). In relation to mathematics, the quality and quantity of mathematical experiences in the early years are the main factors in determining future mathematical success. Improving Mathematics Learning Outcomes for Young Aboriginal Children
Reflections Magazine Issue 53 Summer 2013
Reflections Magazine Issue 55 Winter 2014