Educational & Child Psychology Vol 24 No 2 2007: Arithmetical Difficulties: Developmental and Instructional Perspectives

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 24 No 2 2007: Arithmetical Difficulties: Developmental and Instructional Perspectives
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ISBN 978-1-85433-467-1; 0267-1611

Summary 

A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Arithmetical Difficulties: Developmental and Instructional Perspectives.

 

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About the contributors

Arithmetical difficulties: Developmental and instructional perspectives (extended editorial)
Penny Munn & Rea Reason

Strategy flexibility in children with low achievement in mathematics
Lieven Verschaffel, Joke Torbeyns, Bert DeSmedt, Koen Luwel & Wim Van Doreen

Early markers for arithmetic difficulties
Pieter Stock, Annemie Desoete & Herbert Roeyers

Assessing and teaching children who have difficulty learning arithmetic
Ann Gervasoni & Peter Sullivan

Assessing pupil knowledge of the sequential structure of numbers
David Ellemor-Collins & Robert Wright

What can a 'recovery' programme tell us about the development of arithmetic?
Ann Dowker

Investigating variability in classroom performance amongst children exhibiting difficulties with early arithmetic
Jenny Houssart

Language-based retrieval difficulties in arithmetic: A single case intervention study comparing two children with specific language impairment
Tuire Koponen, Tuija Aro, Pekka RÑsÑnen & Timo Ahonen

Achieving new heights in Cumbria: Raising standards in early numeracy through mathematics recovery
Ruth Willey, Amanda Holliday & Jim Martland

Educational psychologists' assessment of children's arithmetic skills
Susie Mackenzie

Linking children's home and school mathematics
Martin Hughes, Pamela Greenhough, Wan Ching Yee, Jane Andrews, Jan Winter & Leida Salway

Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding: The impact of the national numeracy strategy on children who find arithmetic difficult
Jean Gross

 

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