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Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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The Korean Society for the Gifted
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Volume & Issues
Volume 12, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 12, Issue 2 - Jun 2002
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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An analysis of the interpretations of the symbols on an archaeological dodecahedron with pentagon facets and proposals of a new game method obtained by a creativity tournament
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~30
We present a long term projects of which an interpretation of the symbols and proposals of the original idea of new game method using by an archaeological dodecahedron with pentagon facets was unearthed on the kansan districts in Chungnam to the high school students participated in a creative tournament of the love of science and Taejeon. As a results, students interpreted the twelve symbols intaglioed on the dodecahedron with pentagon facets as numbers, duodecimal system, compass direction, five elements, etc. And also many students proposed original ideas for the game using the dodecahedron based on the principle of Um(-) and Yang(+) with the five elements, game of numbers, game of board, and so on. In this study we suggests that the creative program using the dodecahedron can be applicable to the creative education for gifted and talented youth.
Factors influenced Korean gifted girls and boys to become international Math and Science Olympians
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2002, Pages 31~60
Several aspects seen to be related to the phenomenon of having few female Olympians. This study focused on the gender stereotypic parental belief in female child's talent area and lack of parental nurturing behavior on female children in math and science. Other aspects such as females dislike of competition, lack of network, dislike of extraordinary achievement are also included for discussion. The find out how girls and boys became Olympians, 23 male Olympians and 4 female Olympians and their parents were surveyed with questionnaire, on the parental belief, encouragement, and nurturing behaviors. Two Olympians and two non-Olympians were also interviewed to find out what made them to continue to participate in Olympiad or give up Olympiad.
Science Gifted/Talented Education System in KOREA
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2002, Pages 61~76
The purpose of this study is to investigate the education system for science 34gifted/talented students in Korea. There are fifteen science gifted/talented education centers established in major universities, sixteen science high schools and one research center for the gifted education in science located at KAIST. To examine the selection procedure and the curriculum of the education centers and science high schools, the annual reports of the fifteen education centers and the annual plans of sixteen science high schools are analyzed. About 200 gifted/talented students are employed in the field of science, mathematics and information science at each education center, Multidimentional education system is developed for efficient way of teaching for the gifted. The curriculum and teaching method for each education center is unique and different from the science high schools that follow nationally given form. This study shows new selection method and unique curriculum for the science gifted/talented students employed in the education centers. Also, current situation of science high schools are reported in this study. Finally we suggest the systematic way of developing the education system for the gifted in science in korea.
A study of optimism level in the sifted
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2002, Pages 77~96
The purpose of this study is to inverstigate the optimism level of the gifted; to verify the differences in optimism level according to the types of the gifted; and to compare the optimism level of the gofted with that of mainstream students. 332 high school students participated in this study. They consisted of 45 science of gifted, 50 athletics gifted, 60 music gifted, 60 art gifted, 57 academic gifted, and 60 mainstreams students. The findings of this study were as follows: First, the optimism level of gifted was somewhat pessimistic. Second, the optimism levels of academic gifted and sciencd gifted was higher than that of athletic gifted and artistic gifted. Third, nonsignificant difference was found in the optimism level between gifted students and mainstream students.
The Relationships Between the Perception of Social Support and the Adjustment to School Life of Gifted Middle School Students.
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2002, Pages 97~115
The purpose of this study were to examine:(l)gifted middle school students'perception about Support fr~mpe ople around them, (2)the types of social support, (3)the number of support, and (4)the relationships among the factors above and the students' adjustment to school life The results obtained were as follows. On the whole, gifted middle school students obtained social support and their adjustment to school of life was higher than that of average students'. The rriore the students perceived support and help around them, the more they adjusted to their schlml life. The better important relationship was that of teachers' support and the student.,' adjustment to shool life. Namely, when the students perceived their teacher(support, their adjustment to a new school was greater. This study brmrght to atterltion that the teachers' understanding of the gifted students' specific character. In addition, a close relationship between teachers and the students was to be encouraged.