A failure to find mathematics challenging, interesting, or relevant are significant factors when students lose interest in mathematics. Children who are talented in mathematics must be exposed to material that lights a fire and fuels their gift. This session will give valuable information to help you foster your students’ passion for mathematics.
In this 1-hour course, you will learn:
- How to nurture a passion for math
- Important uses for mathematics in real life
- How to create intriguing worksheets
- Famous math mistakes
- The importance of decimals
- Problem-solving techniques
- Engaging strategies for teaching math to gifted students
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Ed is a popular presenter at math, homeschool, and gifted education conferences around the country and has approached gifted education as a parent, teacher, and school board member. His students will testify to his ability to make math fun and challenging for them as well as his unique sense of humor which comes through in his classes and workshops. Ed has taught students of all ages and abilities since graduating from Oberlin College in 1974. He has a Master’s degree in Gifted Education from the University of Northern Iowa. Ed’s work is currently being used around the world and has been translated into several languages including Chinese and Korean.