How do you teach your most advanced math learners? A cardinal sin when educating gifted students is assigning them more of the same in hopes it will keep them busy and engaged. To avoid this, we often speed up the pace of mathematical learning, and rightly so. We move through the standard curriculum in an aligned manner, as quickly as our students' ability permits. Consider this question:
Barrowed with modification from Dr. Linda Sheffield
If we fail to help our most talented students maintain and grow their passion for math, we are not doing them any favors.

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Is differentiation the answer to handing the range of skills and interest in any classroom?
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