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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
Selecting the target year
과학영재 초등학생들의 지적 배경 조사
Park, Sang-U ; Jeong, Byeong-Hun ; Park, Jong-Uk ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 1~25
This study investigated the background of the intellectual ability that consists of family environment, intellectual priority, career aims, intellectual extracurricular activities of the students who were selected for the Science Gifted Education Center. We performed a survey and analysis of the students at the Science Gifted Education Center in order to explore their learning attitudes and intellectual ability, as well as the elements that represent their attitudes. As a result of the study, I found that the students in the Science Gifted Education Center generally had good economic and family backgrounds that showed no significant hardship in supporting the students. The families were also highly educated intellectually. In case the talented students in Science desired to be pure scientists, they liked the Science subjects and enjoyed reading science books. It was mostly the male students that took part. As for the attitude toward intellectual ability, they expected to improve their abilities as they gained knowledge and increased their intelligence through learning, although they didn't confide with us on their intelligence quotients. There were four factors for these attitudes. They include the high expectation of them by others; confidence and ease of mind regarding the assignment; the expectation for improvement in intelligence and ability through learning; and, confidence in intelligence and positive attitude in the participation situatio
A development of the test of creativity level for science field
Kim, Hee-Soo ; Kim, Jong-Heon ; Yuk, Geun-Cheol ; Lee, Hui-Gwon ; Kim, Jeong-Min ; Lee, Bong-Jae ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 26~44
We have developed a tool and solution to test creativity level for science field. This test tool was considered 7 creativity elements. In development process, it was verified for contents validity, clarity of the item etc. The test developed in this study was analyzed item analysis after applying for 332 middle school students. As a results of item analysis, it showed meaningful(validity: 92%, item difficulty:
, reliability: 0.84, item discriminating power:
)over the level of a standard basis. This means that the test tool was useful in the test process of creativity level for science.
Development of a High School Level Physics Curriculum for the Gifted in Science
Kim, Young-Min ; Lee, Sung-Yi ; Jeong, Seong-Oh ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 46~71
The purpose of this study was to develope a high school level physics curriculum for the gifted in science. The research method for this study was Delphi Survey, which is appropriate for social agreement of experts in a certain area. For the Delphi survey, 11 experts of gifted education in physics field, who consist of 4 physics professors, 3 physics education professors, and 2 science high school teachers, and 2 experts in other institutes, were sampled intendedly. In first survey, free description questions about objectives, contents, teaching methods, and achievement test methods were asked, and their answers were analyzed by frequency. And then, frequent answers were adopted and elaborated. In second survey, they were asked to write numbers according to priority(degree of agreement) for the adopted and elaborated answers in each area. Finally, by analyzing the results of second survey, the physics curriculum for the gifted was developed.
웹을 활용한 과학영재 심화 학습 지원 체제 구축
Jhun, Young-Seok ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 72~107
In order to satisfy the gifted students' learning desire and maximize the effectiveness of their learning, we constructed the system which would provide them with supplementary activities based on the Internet boards. At the very beginning, we investigated the personalities of the gifted and their classroom environment which they prefer through studying the related references and asking questionnaires. And then we discussed how to improve the lectures, decided to make the basic structures of the web-based supporting system, and designed some teaching strategies for the gifted. which are named 'GIFTED'. Now the web-based supporting system, which are composed of several boards, was established and is being operated now. Each subject has its own boards. The boards of each subject basically consist of Notice, Learning-materials, Q&A, Homework, Recommended Sites. The results we've got from operating our system are following: Teachers and students were generally satisfied with the system while students wanted more materials. Students and teachers had a positive attitude that the site boards of Learning-materials and Homework are being actively used, while the numbers of contents uploaded in Q&A and Recommended site boards are small and they are regarded as being unimportant to the students and teachers.
An Analysis of Students' Reports on an Assigned Problem for 'Adhesive Tape' in the first Korean Youth Physics Tournament
Yuk, Keun-Cheol ; Lee, Hee-Bok ; Kim, Myung-Hwan ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 108~119
We have analyzed students' reports on a problem for 'adhesive tape' among ten assigned problems in the first Korean youth physics tournament (KYPT). There were five team' s reports on this problem. Students reported that the reasons for lightening coming out from the stripping down adhesive tape are caused by electrostatic friction, electron transfer, energy transformation, etc. However, only few teams suggest new creative ideas with divergent thinking during their inquiry process. Because the KYPT is a debate based on the problem solving by inquiries, the reports should include the creative investigations by their own ideas in every steps of inquiry up to their final conclusions.
An Analysis of Students' Reports on an Assigned Problem for 'Fractal Diffraction' in the first Korean Youth Physics Tournament
Yuk, Keun-Cheol ; Lee, Hee-Bok ; Kim, Myung-Hwan ;
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 12, issue 4, 2002, Pages 120~130
We have analyzed students' reports on a problem for 'adhesive tape' and 'fractal diffraction' among ten assigned problems in the first Korean youth physics tournament (KYPT). There were three high school team' s reports and one middle school team' s report on this problem. However, many students failed to solve the 'fractal diffraction' problem correctly due to having no idea of fractal. This problem was found to be most difficult one for the participated students among ten assigned problems given in the first KYPT.