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Constance Kazuko Kamii

Professor of Early Childhood Education

University of Alabama

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University of Alabama

701 20Th St. S. AB 1320

Birmingham, Alabama,35294

United States

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Known for its innovative and interdisciplinary approach to education at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, the University of Alabama at Birmingham is the state of Alabama's largest employer and an internationally renowned research university and acade... more.

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Employment History

Leading Student

Piaget


Professor

Early ChildhoodEducation


Affiliations

Association for Constructivist Teaching

Board Member


Education

Pomona College


Ph.D.

education and psychology

University of Michigan


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Arkansans for Education Freedom – Common Core is Killing Kindergarten

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In Boston Globe, Common Core, Common Core ELA Standards, Common Core Math Standards, Common Core State Standards, Constance Kamii, Defending the Early Years, Kindergarten, Nancy Carlsson-Paige, National News
That's the argument of Constance Kamii, a longtime professor of early-childhood education at the University of Alabama. Kamii wrote the second DEY report, published last month, attacking several of the Common Core's kindergarten math standards, including that students should be able to count to 100 by ones and 10s, as well as compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into 10 ones plus some further ones. Kamii notes that the foundation of math is the ability to think abstractly about numbers - what five really means, beyond the numeral 5, or its place in a memorized sequence from one to 10 - as well as the logical relationships between numbers. "Not many 5- and 6-year-olds understand words like 'forty' and 'fifty,'? Kamii writes in the report. So, while kindergartners can memorize the numbers from 1 to 100 with enough repetition, Kamii says that's, "like making them memorize nonsense syllables."


ACT Board Members - Association for Constructivist Teaching

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Constance Kamii
University of Alabama


Board Members - Association for Constructivist Teaching

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Constance Kamii
University of Alabama


Truth in American Education

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That’s the argument of Constance Kamii, a longtime professor of early-childhood education at the University of Alabama.
Kamii wrote the second DEY report, published last month, attacking several of the Common Core’s kindergarten math standards, including that students should be able to count to 100 by ones and 10s, as well as compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into 10 ones plus some further ones. Kamii notes that the foundation of math is the ability to think abstractly about numbers â€" what five really means, beyond the numeral 5, or its place in a memorized sequence from one to 10 â€" as well as the logical relationships between numbers. “Not many 5- and 6-year-olds understand words like ‘forty’ and ‘fifty,’ â€� Kamii writes in the report. So, while kindergartners can memorize the numbers from 1 to 100 with enough repetition, Kamii says that’s, “like making them memorize nonsense syllables.â€�


truthinamericaneducation.com

That's the argument of Constance Kamii, a longtime professor of early-childhood education at the University of Alabama.
Kamii wrote the second DEY report, published last month, attacking several of the Common Core's kindergarten math standards, including that students should be able to count to 100 by ones and 10s, as well as compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into 10 ones plus some further ones. Kamii notes that the foundation of math is the ability to think abstractly about numbers - what five really means, beyond the numeral 5, or its place in a memorized sequence from one to 10 - as well as the logical relationships between numbers. "Not many 5- and 6-year-olds understand words like 'forty' and 'fifty,'? Kamii writes in the report. So, while kindergartners can memorize the numbers from 1 to 100 with enough repetition, Kamii says that's, "like making them memorize nonsense syllables." Filed Under: Common Core State StandardsTagged With: Boston Globe, Common Core, Common Core ELA Standards, Common Core Math Standards, Constance Kamii, Defending the Early Years, Kindergarten, Nancy Carlsson-Paige


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