## Tuesday, July 20, 2010

### Session 4 - Question 1

The cover of this book has the following quote, “Math is often taught as all scales and no music. This book contains the music!” After reading this book does the statement regarding the mathematical music found within the pages ring true for you? Support your response with page numbers. Would it ring true for gifted students? Why or Why not?

### Session 4 - Question 2

How does Edward Zaccaro create rich and in-depth avenues for gifted students to learn and experience mathematics? Site page numbers to support your response.

### Session 4 - Question 3

Complete three of the "Math Contest" questions from different contests, located on pages 307-326, by using the author’s information, and share your experience. Site the page number and the question number in your answer.

## Sunday, July 4, 2010

### Session 3 - Question 1

Why do you think gifted students would like how the author introduces Trigonometry?

### Session 3 - Question 2

What were "Ah-Ha's" or "Golden Nuggets" for you while reading Chapters 12-15? Include the page numbers for the other bloggers.

### Session 3 - Question 3

Complete any one of the Einstein Level Problems using the author’s information and share your experience. Site the page number and the question number in your answer.

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