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"The student most neglected in terms of realizing full potential, is the gifted student of mathematics."

Project M3 was funded by: U.S. Department of Education, Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Act - Under the direction of: University of Connecticut, Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development


Project M3 Math Club

Project M3 Math Club is an outside-of-school math enrichment program to challenge and motivate mathematically talented elementary students.

Program Reaches Out to 'Gifted, Talented'
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Welcome to Project M3

National Association for Gifted Children Curriculum Studies Awards

  • Unraveling the Mystery of the Moli Stone: Place Value and Numeration (2005)
  • What's the ME in MEasurement All About? (2006)
  • At the Mall with Algebra: Working with Variables and Equations (2007)
  • What Are Your Chances? (2008)
  • Record Makers and Breakers: Using Algebra to Analyze Change
  • Getting Into Shapes (2009)

Research Results

Gifted Child Quarterly "The Impact of Advanced Curriculum on the Achievement of Mathematically Promising Elementary Students"

Journal of Advanced Academics "Project M3: Mentoring Mathematical Minds A Research-based Curriculum for Talented Elementary Students"


Project M3 Units are published by
Kendall Hunt Publishing

Visit Kendall Hunt to order your Teacher Guide, Student
Mathematician's Journals, and Hint and Think Beyond Cards.

For additional background information read
Meeting the Needs of Talented Elementary Math Students.

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