For context, I m pretty involved in math competitions and have a safe index for the USAJMO this year So this is coming from a competition math perspective If your question is I m a school teacher, should I be using this book in my Honors Geometry class then the answer is definitely yes This book is probably much bette

This is the best high school geometry curriculum I ve ever come across, and one of the only ones designed specifically for gifted math students Topics are introduced using a discovery approach a problem is posed for the student to attempt on his or her own Next, a solution is provided for clarity In the process, theorems are d

Geometry is often taught in a memorize the theorems approach and leaves it up to the students to attempt to solve problems usually on the easier spectrum , absolutely not the case here As expected from AoPS, the students are expected to attempt to discover the theorems and problem solving processes themselves using carefully crafted pr

I thought that this book was really good, and teaching out of it was really fun It did a much better job of holding interest in Geometry for the kids I taught than my Junior High geometry ever did The proofs it had kids do were interesting, and they didn t require any of that 2 column junk I had to learn Just good solid explanations as to why t

For context, I m pretty involved in math competitions and have a safe index for the USAJMO this year So this is coming from a competition math perspective If your question is I m a school teacher, should I be using this book in my Honors Geometry class then the answer is definitely yes This book is probably much bette

This is the best high school geometry curriculum I ve ever come across, and one of the only ones designed specifically for gifted math students Topics are introduced using a discovery approach a problem is posed for the student to attempt on his or her own Next, a solution is provided for clarity In the process, theorems are d

Geometry is often taught in a memorize the theorems approach and leaves it up to the students to attempt to solve problems usually on the easier spectrum , absolutely not the case here As expected from AoPS, the students are expected to attempt to discover the theorems and problem solving processes themselves using carefully crafted pr

I thought that this book was really good, and teaching out of it was really fun It did a much better job of holding interest in Geometry for the kids I taught than my Junior High geometry ever did The proofs it had kids do were interesting, and they didn t require any of that 2 column junk I had to learn Just good solid explanations as to why t