Building a Network: Early Math Professional Development for Teacher Educators

  • Early childhood faculty at 2- and 4-year colleges in California’s Central Valley took part in a unique, ongoing professional development opportunity to connect around DREME’s early math resources for teacher educators.
  • The initiative kicked off with an in-person meeting in Fall 2019 and continued over Zoom.
  • Despite pandemic challenges, participants were dedicated to the program and passionate about making an impact in their communities.
  • The experience helped inspire early math initiatives and promote positive identities toward math.

Fostering Professional Relationships

Inspiring Classrooms and Communities

Early childhood faculty at 2- and 4-year colleges in California’s Central Valley discuss ideas to support the development of young children’s mathematical thinking. (Angela Chan Turrou)

Changing Math Identities

Growing Despite the Pandemic

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A network of scholars in early math education, conducting research & developing materials to promote young children’s math learning. https://dreme.stanford.edu

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DREME Network

DREME Network

A network of scholars in early math education, conducting research & developing materials to promote young children’s math learning. https://dreme.stanford.edu

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