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Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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The Korean Society for the Gifted
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Volume 10, Issue 2 - Dec 2000
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Mar 2000
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A Systemic Model for the Gifted Education
Park, Eun-Young ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 10, issue 2, 2000, Pages 1~23
The Schoolwide Enrichment Model(SEM) is a representative model for the gifted education. As the model seems to be more conceptual in nature, it is hard to respond to the different interests and changing needs of the gifted learners. Also it does not provide specific procedures and prescriptions in teaching-learning processes for the teachers. Therefore, SEM needs to be modified into a Systemic Model that is more flexible and procedural. The paper proposes an Instructional Systems Design(ISD) model for SEM. The Systemic Model for SEM consists of 5 major steps. These are as follows: Planning, Diagnosis, Prescription, Implementation, Evaluation. In Planning step, there is a six-stage procedure for initiating the implementation of the SEM. In Diagnosis step, there are two-phases in identifying students for participation in the SEM and assessing strengths, interests, and talents of the learners and recording in The Total Talent Portfolio(TTP). In Prescription step, Curriculum Compacting is administered as a systematic procedure for modifying thecurriculum for above-average ability students. In Implementation step, Enrichment Learning and Teaching is an instructional strategy designed to promote active engagement in learning for teachers and students. Whenever each step has completed, Evaluation step should be followed. These 5 steps are repetitive, cycling and interactive. That is, each one becomes input for the next step, process for itself, and output for the previous step. Each step is monitored through the process of Review and Revision step. In conclusion, the paper suggests six strengths of the Systemic Model for SEM; The Model (1) provides the specific procedure in teaching-learning process; 92) has interactive relations with each component; (3) can be revised continuously for creation of the most effective system; (4) can be implemented more flexibly; (5) can be developed as an unique system for each school; (6) facilitates communications between teachers and students.
The Linguistic Properties Comparison between nongifted children and Gifted children
Jang, Hye-Ja ; Kim, Hye-Ok ; Un, Hyeon-Seon ; Jo, Bok-Hui ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 10, issue 2, 2000, Pages 25~46
These purposes are to have a necessity to be educated for the linguistic gifted among many gifted in speedy changeable age, and to find out what differences are of properties between the linguistic gifted children and nongifted children through comparing/analysing to gifted children any nongifted children using performance evaluation on writer's ability. Therefore, it intends to use as a assisting material in order to develop ability and properties of the linguistic gifted children and nongifted children as well. The studying details are 1) to compare/analyze thinking ability between the linguistic gifted children and nongifted children 2) to find out differences of thinking ability for unrealistic reasoning between the linguistic gifted children and nongifted children. The studying subjects had been chosen 3 children as a first grade in 'C' Gifted Academy and 3 children as a first grade in an elementary school from June 3, 1999 to June 12, 1999. The studying instrument was an evaluation of linguistic properties certification(Project Spectrum : Krechevsky,'1994). It had got a frequency calculation, average and standard deviation through the material anylzing with the program SPSSWIN. The conclusions are as belows, First, as a result of performance evaluation on writer's ability to gifted children and nongifted children, the gifted children were outstandingly shown the linguistic ability getting much higher score than nongifted children in respect of vocabulary level, structure of writing, and consistency/logicality of theme. Second, it was shown the gifted children had diffusing thought than nongifted children through the esthetic question and impformation memories with listening to the realistic juvenil story and the unrealistic juvenile story.
Investigation of Domain-specificity and Domain-generality of Creativity in Young Children
Han, Ki-Soon ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 10, issue 2, 2000, Pages 47~69
One of the most controversial issues in contemporary research of creativity, whether a person"s creativity is domain-specific or domain-general, was investigated with 109 second grade children in the present study. The purposes of this study sere to empirically examine (1) the relationships among children's creative performances measured by three product-based assessments (story-telling, collage-making, and math word problems) in three domains, and (2) the relationships between children's general creative thinking sills, measured by two divergent thinking tests, and children's creative performances. The findings of this study support the position that creative ability in young children is rather (but not absolutely0 domain-specific. Children exhibited a range of creative ability across different domains rather than a uniform creative ability in diverse domains, indicating there is considerable intra-individual variation in creative ability by domain. Divergent thinking measures did not have great power in predicting creative performance in at least two of three, if not all, domains assessed in the study. It is implied from the study that it is not possible to reliably predict a child"s creative ability in one domain based on his/her creative ability in other domains or his/her overall divergent thinking ability. Implication of the study in connection with educational practices for gifted children is discussed.
아동의 잠재된 영재성 개발 프로그램
Lee, Sun-Ju ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 10, issue 2, 2000, Pages 71~86
According to Torrance, it is said that about 30% of feeble-headed children are bearing potential brilliant quality. Such potential gifted children exist really much more than children who appear to show their own brilliant quality. Nevertheless, research activity to reveal children's potential giftedness has not been relatively actively progressed. Renzulli, Smith and so on progresses research activity to reveal children's potential giftedness and strategies developed by them are being used widely all over the world, but these strategies show the defect that children can not overcome by themselves the interfered factors influenced negatively on their gift revelation. Russian scholar Babaeva made the effective education program to develop children's potential giftedness. Her program includes various activity methods or mental correct activity and psychological training activity and such training activity is realized through some steps and each step has it's own purpose and realization method. With the result that children discriminated as common children by the experimental study which is progressed by the present program participate, their standard of intelligence and originality showed the improved effect of the similar standard to children factors not a little influencing on children's giftedness development process but she also developed the leading concrete study method for the children to overcome this by themselves. In this paper, the present writer will examine potential giftedness development program researched in Russia and discuss their theoretic background and concrete activity course, activity result. Through this, children's have the excellent abilities in various spheres, this writer will obtain significant suggestions to educate the potential gifted children who do not display their own potentialities and do not receive a favor from gifted children program.
A study on the self-esteem of the gifted children
Song, Su-Jie ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 10, issue 2, 2000, Pages 87~108
This study analyzes the factors influencing self-esteem of the gifted children. The factors are divided into the environmental ones and innate ones. The purposes of this study is presented as follows. 1) To analyze the environmental factors influencing self-esteem of the gifted children (1) whether the education period affects self-esteem of the gifted children? (2) what influences do the manners of parental child-rearing behavior make? (3) what influences do peer relationships make on self-esteem of the gifted children? 2) To analyze the innate factors influencing self-esteem of the gifted children (1) does the gender make a difference to self-esteem of the gifted children? (2) does the level of intelligence make a difference to self-esteem of the gifted children? (3) what influences does the locus of control make on the self-esteem of the gifted children? To solve these questions 120 gifted children were selected, who were taking a special education program at C Korea Academy of Gifted Education located at Yangjae-dong Seocho-gu. They were 1st to 3rd grades at elementary school. We used Hare Self-Esteem Scale developed by Bruce R. Hare in 1985, the Index of Peer Relations developed by Hudson in 1986, and Nowicki & Strickland Locus of Control Scale developed by Nowicki and Strickland in 1973. At the other hand the nursing behaviors of 120 mothers of the gifted, were also investigated, based on the Korean Maternal Behavior Inventory, developed by Sungyeon Park in 1989 with some modifications. For statistical analysis we adopted SPSS, a computer software, and calaulated the coefficient of internal appropriateness and the frequencies and percentages of general aspects of the cases. We analysed the factors influencing the self-esteem of the gifted children by way of Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient, t-test, ANOVA, and multiple regression analysis and Duncan for ex-post-facto approval. The results of this study can be summarized as follows. 1) Influences of the environmental factors on the self-esteem of the gifted children: (1) The duration of education period had a significant effect on the self-esteem; the longer the duration were, the higher self-esteem they possessed. (2) Of parental child-rearing behaviors, active involvement had positive influence on the self-esteem; on the contrary, authoritarian control and overprotection had negative influences on the self-esteem. (3) An acceptable peer relationship had a positive influence on the self-esteem of the gifted children. 2) Influences of individual innate characteristics on the self-esteem of the gifted children: (1) The gender made no difference on the self-esteem of the gifted. (2) The intelligence did not have a statistically significant effect on the self-esteem of the gifted. (3) When the locus of control was external, the self-esteem of the gifted tended to be low.
가족이 영재성 발달에 끼치는 영향
Kim, Jeong-Hwi ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 10, issue 2, 2000, Pages 109~138