Second graders move from counting by ones to counting equal groups to structuring arrays.

Contributor Notes

Debra Rawlins, drawlins@lrei.org, is the lower school math coordinator at Little Red Schoolhouse and Elisabeth Irwin High School in New York City. Her interests include using open-ended math problems that contain multiple entry points to provide differentiation for all students.

Natasha Hernandez, thernandez@lrei.org, is a secondgrade head teacher at Little Red Schoolhouse and Elisabeth Irwin High School. She is interested in exploring various math sources to learn more about posing open-ended problems in the classroom. She also enjoys integrating social studies themes with mathematical concepts.

William Miller, wmiller@lrei.org, is a second-grade head teacher at Little Red Schoolhouse and Elisabeth Irwin High School. He enjoys incorporating math strategies whenever students engage in service learning, whether taking polls, finding efficient ways to count, or looking at statistics.

(Corresponding author is Rawlins drawlins@lrei.org)(Corresponding author is Hernandez thernandez@lrei.org)(Corresponding author is Miller wmiller@lrei.org)
Teaching Children Mathematics

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