Julie Sarama

Affiliations: 
Education, Leadership & Policy State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Area:
Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Technology of Education
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Kang CY, Duncan GJ, Clements DH, et al. (2019) The Roles of Transfer of Learning and Forgetting in the Persistence and Fadeout of Early Childhood Mathematics Interventions. Journal of Educational Psychology. 111: 590-603
Jenkins JM, Watts TW, Magnuson K, et al. (2018) Do High-Quality Kindergarten and First-Grade Classrooms Mitigate Preschool Fadeout? Journal of Research On Educational Effectiveness. 11: 339-374
Watts TW, Clements DH, Sarama J, et al. (2017) Does Early Mathematics Intervention Change the Processes Underlying Children's Learning? Journal of Research On Educational Effectiveness. 10: 96-115
Sarama J, Clements DH, Germeroth C, et al. (2017) Preface. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 53: xi-xiii
Sarama J, Clements DH. (2017) Interventions in Early Mathematics: Avoiding Pollution and Dilution. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 53: 95-126
Watts TW, Duncan GJ, Clements DH, et al. (2017) What Is the Long-Run Impact of Learning Mathematics During Preschool? Child Development
Clements DH, Sarama J, Germeroth C. (2016) Learning executive function and early mathematics: Directions of causal relations Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 36: 79-90
Fuson KC, Clements DH, Sarama J. (2015) Making early math education work for all childrenmaking early math education Phi Delta Kappan. 97: 63-68
Clements D, Sarama J. (2015) Discussion From a Mathematics Education Perspective Mathematical Thinking and Learning. 17: 244-252
Clements DH, Sarama J, Wolfe CB, et al. (2015) Sustainability of a Scale-Up Intervention in Early Mathematics: A Longitudinal Evaluation of Implementation Fidelity Early Education and Development. 26: 427-449
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