Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Research Article: Parents' Estimations of Preschoolers' Number Skills Relate to at-Home Number-Related Activity Engagement

Authors
      Erica L. Zippert (University of Maryland)
      Geetha B. Ramani (University of Maryland)
Paper Highlights
  • This study examines the accuracy of parents’ beliefs about their preschoolers’ number skills, and relations to at-home number-related activity engagement.
  • Parents’ estimates of children’s number skills were positively biased, and more overestimation and less underestimation correlated with more frequent home number activities.
  • Results suggest guiding parents to understand their own children’s numerical knowledge could promote more frequent home number activity engagement.





DOI: 10.1002/icd.1968

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