Extending the Challenge in Mathematics: Developing Mathematical Promise in K-8 Studentsby Linda Jensen Sheffield
Pub. Date: 01/28/2002
Publisher: SAGE Publications
This guide provides the practical tips and tools educators need to help their mathematically promising students develop their potential to the fullest. See more details below
This guide provides the practical tips and tools educators need to help their mathematically promising students develop their potential to the fullest.
Table of Contents
List of Reproducible Forms About the Author
1. Developing Mathematical Promise What Is Mathematical Promise?
Who Are Mathematically Promising?
What Are the Goals of Mathematics Instructions?
How Might We Find and/or Create Good Problems to Explore?
What Models Might We Use to Increase the Numbers and Levels of Mathematically Promising Students?
How Should We Assess Success?
Structure of the Activities in This Book
2. Number and Operations Investigation One: How Many Ways?
Investigation Two: Same Sums Investigation Three: All in a Row
3. Algebra Investigation One: Where Am I?
Investigation Two: Heads or Tails?
Investigation Three: Field of Dreams
4. Geometry and Measurement Investigation One: Framed Investigation Two: Shape Up Investigation Three: Connect the Dots
5. Data Analysis and Probability Investigation One: Who's Got the Button?
Investigation Two: On Your Mark Investigation Three: Bull's-Eye Resources References Index
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