A teacher in Mexico City works with two researchers on an instructional design project to help kindergartners become proficient in participating in whole-class mathematical conversations.

Contributor Notes

Jesica Peña, jesica.pena@sepdf.gob.mx, is a public school teacher in Mexico City, Mexico. She is interested in helping kindergarten and preschool children learn mathematics.

José Luis Cortina, jcortina@upn.mx, teaches mathematics education courses at the National Pedagogical University in Mexico City

Jana Višňovská, j.visnovska@uq.edu.au, teaches at the University of Queensland in Australia. Both Cortina and Višňovská are interested in the design of resources that support teachers in their planning for meaningful mathematical experiences for all their students.

(Corresponding author is Peña jesica.pena@sepdf.gob.mx)(Corresponding author is Cortina jcortina@upn.mx)(Corresponding author is Višňovská j.visnovska@uq.edu.au)
Teaching Children Mathematics


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