Math
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Teacher Nomination Form
Student Name: _______________________________ Grade: _________________
Teacher Name: _______________________________ Date: __________________
Check the column which best describes the student’s classroom performance Listed below is a range of possible characteristics and behaviors. Indicate whether the student demonstrates the characteristic or behavior often, sometimes, or seldom. Cite specific examples of the behavior by writing in the space provided or attaching a written narrative or student work.
Characteristic: 
Seldom 
Some 
Often 
Math 
Specific 
Processes new math concepts quickly: learns new math skills easily 





Processes new math concepts quickly: unwilling to do great amounts of practice 





Discovers math patterns: eager to solve math problems 





Discovers math patterns: unable to give step by step description of how the pattern was found 





Superior mathematical abstract reasoning: prefers concepts to computation 





Superior mathematical abstract reasoning: refuses to use manipulatives 





Characteristic: 
Seldom 
Some 
Often 
Math 
Specific 
Enjoys math: enjoys math puzzles, logic, and games. 





Enjoys math: will not put effort into other subjects 





Intellectual curiosity: interested in new techniques, ideas, or processes 





Intellectual curiosity: unwilling to work with others who do not share love of math 





Strong sense of numbers: uses a variety of representations to explain math 





Strong sense of numbers: easily bored if math lessons lack variety 





Great competitiveness with peers: demonstrates determination to do the best 





Great competitiveness with peers: demonstrates determination to do the best at all cost 





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