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The Relationship of Affect and Creativity in Mathematics explores the five legs of creativity-Iconoclasm, Impartiality, Investment, Intuition, and Inquisitiveness-as they relate to mathematical giftedness. This book:
Discusses these affective components relevant to mathematical learning experiences. | Shares how affective components impact students' creative processes and products. | Shows the influence of learning facilitators, including teachers, afterschool mentors, and parents. | Describes facilitating environments that may enhance the likelihood that creative process and ultimately…mehr

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Produktbeschreibung
The Relationship of Affect and Creativity in Mathematics explores the five legs of creativity-Iconoclasm, Impartiality, Investment, Intuition, and Inquisitiveness-as they relate to mathematical giftedness. This book:

  • Discusses these affective components relevant to mathematical learning experiences.
  • Shares how affective components impact students' creative processes and products.
  • Shows the influence of learning facilitators, including teachers, afterschool mentors, and parents.
  • Describes facilitating environments that may enhance the likelihood that creative process and ultimately product emerge.
  • Utilizes the expertise of two young scholars to discuss the practical effects of affect and creativity in learning experiences.


This practical, research-based book is a must-read for stakeholders in gifted education, as many advanced students are underidentified in the area of creativity in mathematics.


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Autorenporträt
Scott A. Chamberlin, Ph.D., is a professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education at the University of Wyoming. His research interests concern how learners solve problems, their affective ratings during the activities, and creative products generated during such episodes. His main discipline interest in mathematics is statistics and probability.