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||Jane and Johnny Love Math: Recognizing and Encouraging Mathematical Talent in Elementary Students
||Lupowski-Shoplik, A. & Assouline, S.
||For parents and educators, this book delineates methods of addressing the needs of mathematically talented students younger than 12. The approaches described are based on the authors’ experiences with hundreds of talented students. They discuss educational options allowing students to move systematically through the elementary math curriculum while matching the curriculum to the students' abilities and achievements. The book includes problem sets from the Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary Schools as well as practical ideas for classroom teachers, mathematics mentors, and parents.
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