7 edition of Myth of Ability found in the catalog.
May 30, 2007
by House of Anansi Pr
Written in English
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So I thought I'd write a bit more about The Myth of Ability, and the JUMP approach to teaching maths (I'm going to use the Scottish 'maths', rather than the American 'math', since I'm currently living and teaching in Scotland. For the record, though, saying 'maths' still . I'm currently reading The Myth of Ability, and I'll be posting my thoughts over the next few weeks under 'Books' here on my blog. The first post is already up, so please head over and have a look! John Mighton, the author of the book, is the founder of the JUMP Math programme in Canada. I've used many of his ideas in the classroom, and I've found that they empower children.
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He is the founder of JUMP (Junior Undiscovered Math Prodigies), a charitable organization that works to educate students in mathematics. He is the author of The Myth of Ability () and The End of Ignorance ().4/5.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(22). John Mighton, JUMP Math's founder, wrote The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child in It explores his work and teaching approach, as well as the development of the JUMP Math program.
The myth of ability: nurturing mathematical talent in every child User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Mighton believes that anyone can learn mathematics if 5/5(3). The book demystifies Math in a passionate, convincing manner.
It gives me comfort to know that there are a lot of others who have, or have had, Math phobia which is often generated by the 'myth' that you are either born to be good at Math or doomed to /5(22). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Myth of Ability by John Mighton, September 1,Walker & Company edition, Paperback in English - Original editionCited by: The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child Paperback – Sept.
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This book reminds us that our lives are more than our own and that we are required to ask how to be better partners to one another in community/5(38). I picked up a book today at Costco and was wondering if anyone has read it or even heard of the author.
It is called " THe Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child. " by John Mighton. At first glance it looks pretty good with excellent suggestion but I ahve not read it yet or tired it with my own child. The End of the Myth is a powerful and painful book, clear-sighted, meticulous and damning.
Grandin writes with learned, punchy elegance, as attentive to the broad sweep of his narrative as he is Author: Ben Ehrenreich.
It demolishes the myth of inherited ability as the overriding determinant of achievement and provides an alternative account by unpacking the opportunities, experiences and practices that lead to the development of true expertise. Read it and use the ideas to challenge backward thinking." Professor Mary James, University of Cambridge, UK.
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The JUMP program is currently being tested in three schools in West Virginia/5(19). The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child John Mighton, Author Walker & Company $ (p) ISBN Buy this book.
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FREE Shipping on $35 Due to COVID, orders may be : John Mighton. The Myth of Ability Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child (Book): Mighton, John: A student in a remedial class who couldn't count by twos is now in an academic program a year ahead of her grade level.
An entire Grade 3 class, including so-called slow learners, scores over 90% on a Grade math test. John Mighton, OC is a Canadian author and mathematician. He is the founder of JUMP (Junior Undiscovered Math Prodigies), a charitable organization that works to educate students in mathematics.
He is the author of The Myth of Ability () and The End of Ignorance ()/5.Book reviews. The Myth of Ability: Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child John Mighton Review by Amy Scribner August Canadian author John Mighton's book The Myth of Ability; Nurturing Mathematical Talent in Every Child (Anansi,) may be a big step in this direction.
In this book, he sets out and describes in detail a program, JUMP ("Junior Undiscovered Math Prodigies"), that he has developed for teaching the basics of mathematics, especially at a remedial.