Reviews research on the characteristics and identification of students displaying mathematical gifts and talents, as well as discussing research on the level of mathematical competency of the gifted and talented students in the U.S. An overview of the Curriculum and Evaluation, Professional , and Assessment Standards for School Mathematics is included along with recommendations for curriculum, teaching, and assessment of students showing mathematical talent. Specific recommendations for programs, teaching strategies, resources, and alternative means of evaluation are suggested.The level of work that is expected of fifth and sixth grade Japanese students is not introduced in most American schools until high ... Typical math questions on the ACT and SAT require far less mastery of mathematics than similar tests in other countries (Wu, 1993). ... In Japan, the most common practice when students made an error was to ask the student to put the problem on the board and then to anbsp;...

Title | : | The Development of Gifted and Talented Mathematics Students and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards |

Author | : | Linda Jensen Sheffield |

Publisher | : | DIANE Publishing - 1994 |

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