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    Rethinking Key Concepts in Education.Cara E. Furman & Rachel Wahl - 2022 - Educational Theory 72 (1):27-30.
    Educational Theory, Volume 72, Issue 1, Page 27-30, February 2022.
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    Making Sense with Manipulatives: Developing Mathematical Experiences for Early Childhood Teachers.Cara E. Furman - 2017 - Education and Culture 33 (2):67.
    Longtime teacher and teacher educator Patricia Carini argues that numbers provide one of the many crucial tools that humans use to make sense of their world.4 In making this claim, Carini retells an extended "Number Story" from Alfred North Whitehead in which a squirrel moves her three children "one by one" to a new location.5 As Whitehead recounts: when the mother had placed them on a rock outside, the family group looked to her very different from its grouping within the (...)
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    Eavesdropping Books as Testimony: Witnessing Secondhand Crimes Against Humanity with Young Children.Cara E. Furman - 2023 - Educational Theory 72 (5):595-616.
    How do educators talk about trauma with young children? Specifically, how do they address children's secondhand experiences of crimes against humanity? In this article, Cara E. Furman argues that classrooms for young children must witness these experiences. A genre of picture books that Furman terms “eavesdropping texts” offer testimony that both witnesses and invites children's secondhand experiences of crimes against humanity. Here, Furman couples a close reading of the books with literary criticism and trauma theory in order to showcase the (...)
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