Commentary on Interdisciplinary Perspectives to Creativity and Giftedness
In this commentary, we analyze the 14 chapters of the book for interdisciplinary themes that unravel and are applicable to mathematics education. In particular, attention is given to interdisciplinary perspectives on the constructs of creativity and giftedness. Dominant themes from clusters of chapters are highlighted.
KeywordsMathematical giftedness Creativity Psychology of creativity Creativity in mathematics education Mathematical creativity Research advances
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