Emerging Literacy in Mathematics

Elementary students can benefit from evidence-based mathematics learning software


This project will result in the development, design and dissemination of mathematics software called Emerging Literacy in Mathematics (ELM). ELM, designed for early elementary learning, will focus on teaching number sense, knowledge of mathematical patterns and relationships, and the beginnings of strategic thinking in order to prepare students for improved understanding of higher mathematics. The goal of the project is to improve the numerical proficiency of children, increase the number of students who choose a career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and enhance math achievement in Canada more generally.

Grant Outputs

Emerging Literacy in Mathematics – http://grover.concordia.ca/num/promo/home.php

This online resource provides an overview of the forthcoming ELM software. This new evidence-based, bilingual tool is designed to develop foundational skills in mathematics and is integrated into the existing Learning Toolkit (LTK). The goal of the tool is to develop students’ number sense and strategic thinking. It will help increase numeracy proficiency (eg. understanding of numbers, arithmetic operations, fractions, geometry, measurement, statistics, probability etc.) and decrease math anxiety in students.

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