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Extending the Challenge in Mathematics free pdf 'Any teacher who uses this book will need to be very much involved in the learning process working through the exercises to fully understand what is required of the students to then be able to (initially) guide the students, particularly the very young students. It is a book that will definitely challenge mathematically promising students!. I recommend this publication' - Catherine Wormald, "Gifted". This book is designed to help the general education mathematics teacher challenge his/her student(s) with mathematical promise. By providing math teachers with ready-to-use activities and the tools to create their own activities that will add depth to the standard curriculum, this book will help gifted/talented students in the regular classroom reach their full potential.This book goes beyond the concept of mathematically gifted students who were traditionally defined as the top three to five percent of students based on one standardized mathematics test or another. Mathematically promising students are defined as those who have the potential to become the leaders and problem solvers of the future. Mathematical promise is described by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Task Force on Mathematically Promising Students as a function of ability, motivation, belief, and experience/opportunity. By factoring motivation levels and access to challenging courses in with innate ability, the discovery and talent development of mathematically gifted students is more accurate than before.

About Linda Jensen Sheffield

Dr. Linda Sheffield is a Regents Professor of Mathematics Education at Northern Kentucky University. She received her M. Ed. and Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from the University of Texas at Austin and her bachelor's degree from Iowa State University. She has written numerous books and articles for both teachers and students and has conducted seminars for teachers across the United States and as far away as Spain, Germany, England, Sicily, Japan, Australia, China, and Hungary. Her books include PreK - 2 NCTM Navigations series, a series of math problem solving books for children in third through eighth grade, an integrated math/science book for teachers of preschool through primary school children, and a math methods book for elementary and middle school teachers. She is past-president of the School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA) and was chair of the Task Force on Promising Students for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). She was also editor of the NCTM book, Developing Mathematically Promising Students. Dr. Sheffield directs the graduate program for teachers of the gifted at Northern Kentucky University and has conducted several grant-funded programs designed to encourage teachers and students in the areas of mathematics and science.

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Author : Linda Jensen Sheffield
Publisher : Corwin Press Inc
Data Published : 01 November 2002
ISBN : 0761938508
EAN : 9780761938507
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 160 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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