Matemáticas en la Educación Infantil: Facilitando un buen inicio. Declaración conjunta de posición

  • National Association for the Education of Young Children National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Resumen

Declaración conjunta de posición de la National Association for the Education of Young Children (Asociación Nacional para la Educación Infantil, NAEYC) y el National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (Consejo Nacional de Profesores de Matemáticas, NCTM) sobre Matemáticas en la Educación Infantil. Adoptada en 2002. Actualizada en 2010.

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EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN, National Association for the; TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS, National Council of. Matemáticas en la Educación Infantil: Facilitando un buen inicio. Declaración conjunta de posición. Edma 0-6: Educación Matemática en la Infancia, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, p. 1-23, oct. 2020. ISSN 2254-8351. Disponible en: <https://edma0-6.es/index.php/edma0-6/article/view/108>. Fecha de acceso: 16 sep. 2021
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