Development of linear measurement
The study had two objectives. The first was to identify the higher level knowledge necessary for a child to understand linear measurement. The second was to chart the growth of linear measurement in terms of the development of its components. In this context, higher-level knowledge refers to skills such as counting an array of objects, as distinct from 'lower-level' skills such as attending to an object in an array. An analysis of measurement operations yielded a list of components which...[Show more]
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