Table of contents for Developing math talent : a guide for educating gifted and advanced learners in math / by Susan Assouline & Ann Lupkowski-Shoplik.

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Table of Contents
		
		List of Tables	viii	
		List of Figures	ix
		Foreword	xi
		Introduction	xv	
		Acknowledgements	xxv
	1.	Myths About Mathematically Talented Students	1
	2.	Advocacy	19
	3.	Educational Assessment	63
	4.	The Diagnostic TestingÛPrescriptive 	105
		Instruction Model
	5.	Talent Searches for Elementary Students	141
	6.	Programming	173
	7.	Curricula and Materials	223
	8.	Teaching Mathematically Talented Students	259
	9.	Case Studies	287
		Resources	327
		Glossary	347
		Appendix: 1998-1999 Mathematical 	353
		 Olympiad Problems (Division E)	
		References	369
		Index	383
		About the Authors	387
List of Tables
2.1	Roadblocks on the Road of Advocacy	50
2.2	Percentage of Parents Responding to a Question 	61	
	 Asking if They Had Contacted School Personnel 
	 to Request Special Accommodations	
3.1	Summary of Tests	98
4.1	Tests Recommended for Aptitude Testing	109
4.2	Tests Recommended for Diagnostic Pretest	115
5.1	University-Based Academic Talent Searches	146
5.2	Average EXPLORE Scores	150
5.3	Frequencies and Percentile Rankings on the 	153	
	 EXPLORE-Mathematics Test for Elementary 	
	 Talent Search Participants, Grades 3-6, 1996-99 	
5.4	Grade-Level Test Scores 	155
	 and Above-Level Test Scores of Two Students	
5.5	EXPLORE-Mathematics Scores 	160
	 Ranges A, B, and C	
6.1	Sample of Accelerative Options	181
6.2	Instructional Options 	186
	 Within the Regular Classroom	
6.3	Advantages and Disadvantages 	191
	 of Subject-Matter Acceleration in Mathematics	
6.4	Instructional Options Outside 	195
	 of the Regular Classroom	
6.5	Issues in Planning Programs 	210
	 for Mathematically Talented Students	
7.1	Essential Topics for Mathematically 	228
	 Gifted Elementary Students	
7.2	Interesting Enrichment Topics 	237
	 for Mathematically Gifted Students	
7.3	Selected Mathematics Standards 	242
	 and Necessary Adaptations 
	 for High-Ability Learners	
8.1	Factors That Facilitate Change	281
9.1	Zach's EXPLORE-Mathematics Scores	314
9.2	Elizabeth's EXPLORE Scores in Fifth Grade	318
	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Elementary).
Educational acceleration.
Gifted children -- Identification.