Developing Mathematically Promising Students

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Comprises 34 contributions that, collectively, explore the possibilities for the recognition and nurturing of mathematically gifted students in grades K-12. Specific topics include the use of awards programs, the cultural challenge facing gifted girls, what teachers can learn from students' reasoning, international perspectives, the definition of talent, curricular strategies, and connecting parents to the schools.

Developing Mathematically Promising Students 1999, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

ISBN-13: 9780873534703

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