Students who are high-achievers in mathematics still may have areas in which they are not as strong, and it's important for teachers to identify those areas and provide support, writes Steph King, a mathematics education adviser for a local authority in the U.K. In this blog post, King also recommends teachers help students who are gifted learn a variety of strategies to solve math problems.
Ideas for serving students who are gifted in math
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