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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2014;35(2): 137-156.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2014.35.2.137
3, 4, 5세 누리과정 교사용 지도서의 수학활동 분석
An Analysis of Activities and Contents in Nuri Curriculum TeachingGuidebooks for Mathematical Education for Three to Five
Boo Wall Cho
The purpose of this study was to better understand the tendencies and general distributive features of mathematical educational activities which are presented in the Nuri Curriculum Teaching Guidebooks. This was done by analysis of 628 mathematical activities suggested in those guidebooks, the total number of which was thirty-two. The results of this study can be summarized as follows: First, the number of activities for mathematical education was 204 for the age of three, 223 for the age of four, and 201 for the age of five. Second, these mathematical educational activities are aimed mainly for developing positive attitudes toward mathematics rather than the delivery of mathematical knowledge and skills. Third, the number of activities for developing mathematical inquiry skills was greater than that of activities for developing of inquiry attitudes. Furthermore, the characteristic of understanding the basic concepts of space and figures can be found most frequently in five kinds of activities for mathematical inquiry. Last, the activities for mathematical education are more frequently found in free choice activities rather than group activities. The results of this study also suggest that checking the current status of mathematical education for young children and the Nuri Curriculum Teaching Guidebooks can be utilized for creating teachers` manuals.
Key Words: Nuri curriculum, teaching guidebooks, mathematics education for young children
주요어: 누리과정, 교사용 지도서, 유아수학 교육
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