Karen Wilding on Subitising in Early Maths

In this interview, we start by discussing mathematical fluency and number sense. We then go onto to discuss the different sorts of subitising. Karen has some great suggestions and strategies for practitioners and educators to help them to learn to love mathematics. She also has suggestions for parents to help them to support children’s mathematics at home.
· January 15, 2021

Karen Wilding has been an independent UK and International Early Years Maths Consultant for over 10 years. She is also a published author and BBC ‘Live Lessons’ Maths Expert. Karen is a Standard Holder for National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Maths (NCETM) and an Accredited Trainer.

In this interview, we start by discussing mathematical fluency and number sense. We then go onto to discuss the different sorts of subitising. Karen has some great suggestions and strategies for practitioners and educators to help them to learn to love mathematics. She also has suggestions for parents to help them to support children’s mathematics at home.

Links:

Karen’s website is here: www.eymaths.co.uk

Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/karenwildingedu

Twitter account: @karenwildingedu

Find Carol Dweck publications here: https://profiles.stanford.edu/carol-dweck?tab=publications

Find more information about Jo Boaler here: https://ed.stanford.edu/faculty/joboaler

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