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Using the Schoolwide Enrichment Model in Mathematics: A How-To Guide for…

by Joseph Renzulli Ed.D.

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I am looking forward to implementing this next year in my classroom. The book does a good job explaining what SEM (schoolwide enrichment model) is and how to implement it into the school. I like that it breaks down the experiences into 3 tiers with tier one being the easiest to implement in the class. I also appreciated the "view from a classroom" sections which give examples of how it looks in the classroom how things happen in the classroom using both students and teachers. Overall, this is a great resource for teachers, I cannot wait to use it in my 4th grade math class. ( )
  shegdal | May 31, 2018 |
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This is definitely a resource I'm sharing with my colleagues who teach Math. It's organized well, decent visuals, and the additional resources section is very helpful. ( )
  LauraEnos | May 9, 2018 |
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Using the Schoolwide Enrichment Model is a great guide for developing student mathematicians. It applies the teaching and learning strategies of the Schoolwide Enrichment Model to the classroom. Teachers learn how to make math enjoyable for all students. This guide offers a new approach to mathematics. Simple to read and incorporate into any classroom. Highly recommended for any math teacher! ( )
  alieceey | Apr 21, 2018 |
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I really like this book! It is a book about turning students into mathematicians instead of being a book about mathematics, and that is a huge difference. This is my favorite quote from the book: "Being good at math means wanting to solve hard problems and being persistent when solving them. It means being good at posing new problems and trying different ways to solve a problem. It means acting like practicing mathematicians" (p. 56). If this book can deliver that, and it looks like it might just do so, then this is a book that can change math classes across the country. ( )
  ambrithill | Apr 19, 2018 |
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I was really excited to have the opportunity to review this book as I already have 'Using the Schoolwide Enrichment Model with Technology' and 'The Schoolwide Enrichment Model in Science'. I work with pre-service teachers and I try to provide a variety of resources which focus on differentiating instruction for exceptional kids. Unfortunately, it seems like gifted kids are often neglected because the resources aren't easily available. The Schoolwide Enrichment Model is really great as it focuses on recognizing and responding to the importance of keeping students excited and engaged with the learning process, especially gifted kids who might get bored easily. I think it's also really valuable to develop STEM skills and interest in kids early, as there is currently such an emphasis on STEM careers and opportunities for individuals once they reach higher education programs. It's not necessary to have the background in the Schoolwide Enrichment Model before utilizing this mathematics volume, as it provides clear explanations of the theories and processes behind it. The book does not include a series of complete lesson plans (with rubrics and handouts) as found in many other Prufrock titles, but instead focuses on the exploration, application, and implementation of different teaching strategies and tips for elementary, middle, and high school students. ( )
  lyssjj | Apr 18, 2018 |
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