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The Effects of Science based Enrichment STEAM Gifted Program on Creative Thinking Activities and Emotional Intelligence of Elementary Science Gifted Students
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The Effects of Science based Enrichment STEAM Gifted Program on Creative Thinking Activities and Emotional Intelligence of Elementary Science Gifted Students
Oh, Dong-ju; Bae, Jin-Ho; Park, Su-hong;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of science based enrichment STEAM gifted program on the creative thinking activities and emotional intelligence of elementary science gifted students. The study subjects were two science gifted classes of the 5th grade of local Office of Education in B Metropolitan City. One class including 20 students was experimental group and the other including 20 students was comparison group. For the purpose of study, the lesson unit `The world of light through science` was practised, the science based enrichment STEAM gifted program was applied to experimental group, whereas comparison group was taught traditional gifted lesson. The results of this study were as follows. First, science based enrichment STEAM gifted program influenced significantly the improvement of the creative thinking activities of elementary science gifted students. Second, science based enrichment STEAM gifted program was showed to enhance the emotional intelligence of elementary science gifted students significantly.
 Keywords
science based enrichment STEAM gifted program;creative thinking activities;emotional intelligence;elementary science gifted students;
 Language
Korean
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