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Encourage inquiry and exploration to foster problem solving and mathematical reasoning. This is a great way to address the students’ needs by matching their learning style. What is the Responsibility of Schools and Teachers in Devolping Giftedness in Mathematics? Have students develop a board game appropriate for a group of young children. Presented by Chris Lemons, Laura S�enz, and Pamela Stecker The authors concluded that the "tests do not adequately cover the range of content described in the grades 5-8 standards ... [and] the tests do not address any of the primary standards that the authors of the Standards document hold are the basis for the authentic learning of mathematics: problem solving, communication, reasoning, and connections."

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Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching; Csm Wkb Re edition (January 1, 2013)

ISBN: 9810732341

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