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  • Using multiplication and division contexts to build place-value understanding

    Young-Loveridge, Jennifer; Bicknell, Brenda (International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI), 2015)
    The paper describes a study with five-year-old children to explore how multiplication and division problems helped them to develop early place-value understanding. Two teachers taught a series of focussed lessons over two ...
  • Using professional colleagues as interviewers in action research: Possibilities and pitfalls.

    Hume, Anne Christine; Young-Loveridge, Jennifer (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2011)
    In this study of her university teaching practice in science education, an action researcher sought the collaboration of a colleague to address research design issues related to researcher bias. The colleague worked in ...
  • Using quotitive division problems to promote place-value understanding

    Bicknell, Brenda; Young-Loveridge, Jennifer; Simpson, Jackie (Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers, 2017)
    Using quotitive division problems to promote A robust understanding of place value is essential. Using a problem-based approach set within meaningful contexts, students' attention may be drawn to the multiplicative structure ...