• Psychology
  • Published 2008

Enrichment Curriculum: Essential for Mathematically Gifted Students.

@inproceedings{McAllister2008EnrichmentCE,
  title={Enrichment Curriculum: Essential for Mathematically Gifted Students.},
  author={Brooke Anne McAllister and Lee A. Plourde},
  year={2008}
}
INTRODUCTION Background Mathematically gifted students learn differently from other age group peers. They require curriculum to be differentiated to meet their specific needs (Johnson, 2006). When these gifted students are not presented with learning experiences that are appropriate for their abilities, they lose motivation and in time can lose interest in school. Brain research suggests that the brain will not maintain its level of development if students are not challenged (Stepanek, 1999… CONTINUE READING

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