Questioning assumptions with Constance Kamii
This is a brilliant blog post by Sylvia Martinez, reporting on the ideas of Constance Kamii about teaching mathematics to young learners. Sylvia has done a great job in putting the theory and then illustrating it with some fairly detailed practical tips, all based on a presentation by CK. She concludes with references and links to books by Kamii
This has the unmistakable appearance of a beautiful, fragrant flower shining in the desert of information overload and systemic separation of theory and practice.
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