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This 4 hour course introduces how children build their understanding of numbers from birth through twelve. Participants will use Piaget's stages of cognitive development to incorporate sorting, classifying, serration and patterns in mathematical learning. Participants will also evaluate learning materials for use by children of all abilities. 


This course costs $42 per participant.



There are no prerequisites required for completing this course.



0.4 IACET CEUs or 4 Core of Knowledge Hours: Child Development- 4



This course is offered in-person and virtually. 

  • Virtual: A laptop, computer or tablet that includes a functional camera, microphone and headphones/speaker is required in order to complete this course virtually. A phone device is not acceptable. A Powerpoint Handout will be provided to each participant via email prior to their scheduled course.

  • In-Person: A Powerpoint Handout will be provided to each registered participant. Participants should bring a pen or pencil for note taking. 

The Instructor will utilize Powerpoint slides and speech to present the content material. A variety of videos, charts and tables may be utilized to demonstrate content ideas and concepts. 



Participants will be able to:

  • Identify the three different levels of meaning for number words.

  • Describe the characteristics of children who are at the sensorimotor, pre-operational, concrete operations, and formal operations stages of cognitive development according to Jean Piaget.

  • List several examples of ways to help sensorimotor, pre-operational, concrete operation, and formal operations children build their concepts of interval numbers by sorting objects, classifying objects, seriating materials, and matching patterns.

  • Identify different ways to adapt learning materials so they are more usable by children with or without disabilities.



Participants' knowledge will be assessed through a Post-Assessment via Google Form and the Google Form link will be provided to each participant immediately following a course. The assessment will include multiple choice and/or matching questions to test comprehension. Upon successful completion and receiving a 75% or higher, participants will receive their certificate by email. 



Participants will be awarded their certificates when the following has been met:

  • Course has been paid in full.

  • Participants have attended the course from beginning to end.

  • Participants have completed the Post-Assessment, scoring a 75% or higher.

How Children Build Their Understanding of Numbers

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