Kindergartners and first-grade students listen excitedly to a modified storybook to guide their geometry activities.

Contributor Notes

Dionne I. Cross, dicross@indiana.edu, teaches elementary mathematics methods courses at Indiana University. She is interested in the development of teachers' mathematical content knowledge and the psychological constructs that influence teachers' classroom practices.

Olufunke Adefope, oadefope@indiana.edu, is a graduate student in mathematics education at Indiana University. She is interested in providing equitable mathematical experiences for African-American students focusing on geometric reasoning.

Mi Yeon Lee, miyelee@indiana.edu, is a graduate student at Indiana University in Bloomington. Her research interests include K–grade 8 students' geometric and informal algebraic thinking and preservice teachers' understanding of students' reasoning.

Arnulfo Pérez, perez4@indiana.edu, is currently a mathematics education doctoral student at Indiana University. His research interests include the analysis of national math achievement scores and of factors that support successful student transitions from middle school to high school.

(Corresponding author is Cross dicross@indiana.edu)(Corresponding author is Adefope oadefope@indiana.edu)(Corresponding author is Lee miyelee@indiana.edu)(Corresponding author is Pérez perez4@indiana.edu)
Teaching Children Mathematics

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