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Mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness : enhancing creative capacities in mathematically promising students, Florence Mihaela Singer, editor
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 This book discusses the relationships between mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness. It gathers the results of a literature review comprising all papers addressing mathematical creativity and giftedness presented at the International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME) conferences since 2000. How can mathematical creativity contribute to children’s balanced development? What are the characteristics of mathematical giftedness in early ages? What about these characteristics at university level? What teaching strategies can enhance creative learning? How can young children’s mathematical promise be preserved and cultivated, preparing them for a variety of professions? These are some of the questions addressed by this book.  The book offers, among others: analyses of substantial learning environments that promote creativity in mathematics lessons; discussions of a variety of strategies for posing and solving problems; investigations of students’ progress throughout their schooling; and examinations of technological tools and virtual resources meant to enhance learning with understanding. Multiple perspectives in the interdisciplinary fields of mathematical creativity and giftedness are developed to offer a springboard for further research. The theoretical and empirical studies included in the book offer a valuable resource for researchers, as well as for teachers of gifted students in specialized or inclusive settings, at various levels of education
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource.
 Contents

 Intro; Contents; Introduction; 1 Enhancing Creative Capacities in MathematicallyPromising Students. Challenges and Limits; Abstract; 1.1 Introduction: Setting the Context; 1.2 Frameworks for Studying Students' Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics; 1.3 Domain Specificity of Creativity; 1.4 Mathematical Creativity; 1.5 Relationships Between Mathematical Giftedness and CreativityA MindandBrain Perspective; 1.6 Creativity, Giftedness and Social Inclusion; 1.7 Creativity and Innovation; 1.8 Creativity, Giftedness and Expertise; 1.9 Creativity and Metacognition
 1.10 Mathematical Competencies and Teaching Mathematically Promising Students1.11 Brief Overview of This Book; References; Frameworks for Studying Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness; 2 Mathematical Creativity: Product, Person, Process and Press; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Components of Creativity; 2.3 Product; 2.4 Person; 2.4.1 Mathematical Ability; 2.4.2 Intelligence; 2.4.3 General Creativity; 2.4.4 Age; 2.4.5 Gender; 2.4.6 Culture; 2.4.7 Personality Traits; 2.5 Process; 2.5.1 Stages of the Creative Process; 2.6 Press; 2.6.1 Teaching Environment and the Teachers' Role
 2.6.2 Activities and Tasks Triggering Mathematical Creativity2.6.3 New Technologies that Support Mathematical Creativity; 2.6.4 Students Interaction/Communication; 2.7 Epilogue; References; 3 Mathematical Giftedness and Creativity in Primary Grades; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 (Mathematical) Giftedness; 3.2.1 Giftedness: Potentials and Achievements; 3.2.2 Mathematical Giftedness and General Intelligence; 3.2.3 Profiles of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.3 Creativity; 3.4 Relations Between (Mathematical) Creativity and (Mathematical) Giftedness
 3.4.1 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Precondition for (Mathematical) Giftedness3.4.2 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Possible Component of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.4.3 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Possible Consequence of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.4.4 Creativity as a (Widely) Independent Area of Giftedness; 3.5 Mathematical Creativity in Primary School Age; 3.6 Creativity as Inventing Mathematical Objects in Primary School; 3.6.1 Inventing Mathematical Operations; 3.6.2 A Purposeful Invention During Problem Solving; 3.7 Conclusion and Outlook; References
 4 Cognitive Variety in RichChallenging TasksAbstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Background; 4.2.1 Problem Posing; 4.2.2 Creativity and Problem Posing; 4.2.3 Problem Validity in Problem Posing; 4.3 Context; 4.3.1 Sample and Method; 4.3.2 The Task; 4.3.3 Some Comments on the Tasks; 4.3.4 A Brief Analysis of the Task; 4.4 Tools for Data Analysis; 4.4.1 Problem Validity; 4.4.2 Problem Complexity; 4.4.3 Topic Variety; 4.5 Data and Results; 4.5.1 Group 1 ProposalsBrief Description; 4.5.1.1 The Case of Diana (4th Grade); 4.5.1.2 The Case of Andrei (4th Grade); 4.5.1.3 The Case of Alexandru (6th Grade)
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 9783319731568
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 Mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness : enhancing creative capacities in mathematically promising students
 Title
 Mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness
 Title remainder
 enhancing creative capacities in mathematically promising students
 Statement of responsibility
 Florence Mihaela Singer, editor
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book discusses the relationships between mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness. It gathers the results of a literature review comprising all papers addressing mathematical creativity and giftedness presented at the International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME) conferences since 2000. How can mathematical creativity contribute to children’s balanced development? What are the characteristics of mathematical giftedness in early ages? What about these characteristics at university level? What teaching strategies can enhance creative learning? How can young children’s mathematical promise be preserved and cultivated, preparing them for a variety of professions? These are some of the questions addressed by this book.  The book offers, among others: analyses of substantial learning environments that promote creativity in mathematics lessons; discussions of a variety of strategies for posing and solving problems; investigations of students’ progress throughout their schooling; and examinations of technological tools and virtual resources meant to enhance learning with understanding. Multiple perspectives in the interdisciplinary fields of mathematical creativity and giftedness are developed to offer a springboard for further research. The theoretical and empirical studies included in the book offer a valuable resource for researchers, as well as for teachers of gifted students in specialized or inclusive settings, at various levels of education
 Cataloging source
 N$T
 Dewey number
 510.71
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA11.2
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Nature of contents

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 bibliography
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 Singer, Florence Mihaela
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 ICME13 monographs
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 Mathematics
 Gifted children
 Creative thinking in children
 Education
 Mathematics Education
 Creativity and Arts Education
 Learning & Instruction
 Educational Psychology
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 Mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness : enhancing creative capacities in mathematically promising students, Florence Mihaela Singer, editor
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 Intro; Contents; Introduction; 1 Enhancing Creative Capacities in MathematicallyPromising Students. Challenges and Limits; Abstract; 1.1 Introduction: Setting the Context; 1.2 Frameworks for Studying Students' Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics; 1.3 Domain Specificity of Creativity; 1.4 Mathematical Creativity; 1.5 Relationships Between Mathematical Giftedness and CreativityA MindandBrain Perspective; 1.6 Creativity, Giftedness and Social Inclusion; 1.7 Creativity and Innovation; 1.8 Creativity, Giftedness and Expertise; 1.9 Creativity and Metacognition
 1.10 Mathematical Competencies and Teaching Mathematically Promising Students1.11 Brief Overview of This Book; References; Frameworks for Studying Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness; 2 Mathematical Creativity: Product, Person, Process and Press; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Components of Creativity; 2.3 Product; 2.4 Person; 2.4.1 Mathematical Ability; 2.4.2 Intelligence; 2.4.3 General Creativity; 2.4.4 Age; 2.4.5 Gender; 2.4.6 Culture; 2.4.7 Personality Traits; 2.5 Process; 2.5.1 Stages of the Creative Process; 2.6 Press; 2.6.1 Teaching Environment and the Teachers' Role
 2.6.2 Activities and Tasks Triggering Mathematical Creativity2.6.3 New Technologies that Support Mathematical Creativity; 2.6.4 Students Interaction/Communication; 2.7 Epilogue; References; 3 Mathematical Giftedness and Creativity in Primary Grades; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 (Mathematical) Giftedness; 3.2.1 Giftedness: Potentials and Achievements; 3.2.2 Mathematical Giftedness and General Intelligence; 3.2.3 Profiles of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.3 Creativity; 3.4 Relations Between (Mathematical) Creativity and (Mathematical) Giftedness
 3.4.1 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Precondition for (Mathematical) Giftedness3.4.2 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Possible Component of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.4.3 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Possible Consequence of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.4.4 Creativity as a (Widely) Independent Area of Giftedness; 3.5 Mathematical Creativity in Primary School Age; 3.6 Creativity as Inventing Mathematical Objects in Primary School; 3.6.1 Inventing Mathematical Operations; 3.6.2 A Purposeful Invention During Problem Solving; 3.7 Conclusion and Outlook; References
 4 Cognitive Variety in RichChallenging TasksAbstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Background; 4.2.1 Problem Posing; 4.2.2 Creativity and Problem Posing; 4.2.3 Problem Validity in Problem Posing; 4.3 Context; 4.3.1 Sample and Method; 4.3.2 The Task; 4.3.3 Some Comments on the Tasks; 4.3.4 A Brief Analysis of the Task; 4.4 Tools for Data Analysis; 4.4.1 Problem Validity; 4.4.2 Problem Complexity; 4.4.3 Topic Variety; 4.5 Data and Results; 4.5.1 Group 1 ProposalsBrief Description; 4.5.1.1 The Case of Diana (4th Grade); 4.5.1.2 The Case of Andrei (4th Grade); 4.5.1.3 The Case of Alexandru (6th Grade)
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 on1028730985
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 Label
 Mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness : enhancing creative capacities in mathematically promising students, Florence Mihaela Singer, editor
 Antecedent source
 unknown
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code
 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code
 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Intro; Contents; Introduction; 1 Enhancing Creative Capacities in MathematicallyPromising Students. Challenges and Limits; Abstract; 1.1 Introduction: Setting the Context; 1.2 Frameworks for Studying Students' Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics; 1.3 Domain Specificity of Creativity; 1.4 Mathematical Creativity; 1.5 Relationships Between Mathematical Giftedness and CreativityA MindandBrain Perspective; 1.6 Creativity, Giftedness and Social Inclusion; 1.7 Creativity and Innovation; 1.8 Creativity, Giftedness and Expertise; 1.9 Creativity and Metacognition
 1.10 Mathematical Competencies and Teaching Mathematically Promising Students1.11 Brief Overview of This Book; References; Frameworks for Studying Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness; 2 Mathematical Creativity: Product, Person, Process and Press; Abstract; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Components of Creativity; 2.3 Product; 2.4 Person; 2.4.1 Mathematical Ability; 2.4.2 Intelligence; 2.4.3 General Creativity; 2.4.4 Age; 2.4.5 Gender; 2.4.6 Culture; 2.4.7 Personality Traits; 2.5 Process; 2.5.1 Stages of the Creative Process; 2.6 Press; 2.6.1 Teaching Environment and the Teachers' Role
 2.6.2 Activities and Tasks Triggering Mathematical Creativity2.6.3 New Technologies that Support Mathematical Creativity; 2.6.4 Students Interaction/Communication; 2.7 Epilogue; References; 3 Mathematical Giftedness and Creativity in Primary Grades; Abstract; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 (Mathematical) Giftedness; 3.2.1 Giftedness: Potentials and Achievements; 3.2.2 Mathematical Giftedness and General Intelligence; 3.2.3 Profiles of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.3 Creativity; 3.4 Relations Between (Mathematical) Creativity and (Mathematical) Giftedness
 3.4.1 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Precondition for (Mathematical) Giftedness3.4.2 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Possible Component of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.4.3 (Mathematical) Creativity as a Possible Consequence of Mathematical Giftedness; 3.4.4 Creativity as a (Widely) Independent Area of Giftedness; 3.5 Mathematical Creativity in Primary School Age; 3.6 Creativity as Inventing Mathematical Objects in Primary School; 3.6.1 Inventing Mathematical Operations; 3.6.2 A Purposeful Invention During Problem Solving; 3.7 Conclusion and Outlook; References
 4 Cognitive Variety in RichChallenging TasksAbstract; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Background; 4.2.1 Problem Posing; 4.2.2 Creativity and Problem Posing; 4.2.3 Problem Validity in Problem Posing; 4.3 Context; 4.3.1 Sample and Method; 4.3.2 The Task; 4.3.3 Some Comments on the Tasks; 4.3.4 A Brief Analysis of the Task; 4.4 Tools for Data Analysis; 4.4.1 Problem Validity; 4.4.2 Problem Complexity; 4.4.3 Topic Variety; 4.5 Data and Results; 4.5.1 Group 1 ProposalsBrief Description; 4.5.1.1 The Case of Diana (4th Grade); 4.5.1.2 The Case of Andrei (4th Grade); 4.5.1.3 The Case of Alexandru (6th Grade)
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 1 online resource.
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 unknown
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 online
 Isbn
 9783319731568
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 unknown
 Media category
 computer
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 rdamedia
 Media type code
 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783319731568
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