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Teaching tasks and discussion solving process develop students' thinking when they are: motivating, well understood, appropriate to the achieved level of intellectually and related to real life problems. Thinking is a process of complex information processing, the end-result is "concepts-words" and "thinking-sentences." The teaching process involves empirical and theoretical thinking because it is a complete cognitive process through which students acquire the social and historical experience of humanity. Introducing the use of scientific methods for gifted students is an essential tool for attaining structural knowledge. Use of scientific methods and mental math can empower students’ knowledge and help them getting structural math skills and long-lasting knowledge. These methods are useful tools for creating long-lasting, structural knowledge among students.
Keywords: Mathematical Skills, forming mathematical skills, mathematical tasks, gifted students
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