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Teaching young children to create equal-size groups is your treasure map for building students' flexible, connected understanding of and reasoning about ratios, fractions, and multiplicative operations.

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An assistant professor of mathematics education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, P. Holt Wilson, phwilson@uncg.edu, is interested in supporting teachers in learning and using mathematics learning trajectories in their practice.

Marrielle Myers, mmyers3@wcpss.net, teaches at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is a graduate student at North Carolina State University (NCSU).

Cyndi Edgington, cpedging@ncsu.edu, does graduate research at NCSU in Raleigh.

Jere Confrey, jere_confrey@ncsu.edu, is a Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education at the Friday Institute in the College of Education at NCSU. As research director for Diagnostic E-Learning Trajectories Approach (DELTA), she led development of the equipartitioning learning trajectory.

(Corresponding author is Wilson phwilson@uncg.edu)(Corresponding author is Myers mmyers3@wcpss.net)(Corresponding author is Edgington cpedging@ncsu.edu)(Corresponding author is Confrey jere_confrey@ncsu.edu)
Teaching Children Mathematics

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