Understanding of the equal sign in Grade 2 predicts later algebra skills Many young people struggle with algebra. But algebraic competence is a major determinant of college access and career prospects by Jessica Carolyn Bühler / January 11, 2019

Differing perspectives, but a common goal Insights from conversations and collaborations with early math educators and researchers by Rebecca Merkley / November 2, 2018

Let’s talk about preschool maths: It’s not as easy as 1, 2, 3 Recognising the importance of ongoing collaboration between researchers and educators by Megan von Spreckelsen / September 21, 2018

The value of numbers – math counts more than you think How parents can help their children develop a good number sense and early math skills by Christina Areizaga Barbieri / July 16, 2018

More positive attitudes and less anxiety lead to success in math Unfortunately, many students who have the potential to have successful careers in STEM opt out due to negative feelings towards math by Amira F. A. Ibrahim / June 27, 2018

The myth that only brilliant people are good at math Why it acts as a barrier to success in school, and what can be done to debunk it by Eleanor Chestnut / June 4, 2018

Gender differences in early math ability? New study investigates whether girls and boys really differ in the basic numerical skills that provide the foundation for higher-level math by Meeri Kim / May 24, 2018

Space: A natural and easy way to boost learning and memory Research findings in spatial cognition might help to enhance children’s everyday learning by Koleen McCrink / October 9, 2017

Why do number symbols count? Early screening and interventions for math Daniel Ansari talks about what happens in children’s brains when they learn numerical symbols Interview by Sabine Gysi / June 27, 2017