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Journal of Gifted/Talented Education
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The Korean Society for the Gifted
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Volume 7, Issue 2 - Dec 1997
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Jun 1997
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과학영재의 감성지능 (EQ)에 관한 연구
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 1~30
수학 올림피아드 참가자에 대한 환경요인의 영향에 관한 연구
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 19~19
Twenty-three of International Math Olympians raised in Korea were served as the subjects to answer the following questions: (1) What family and school factors contribute to the development of the math talent of the Olympians\ulcorner (2) What impacts have the Olympiad program on the mathematically talented students\ulcorner By means of questionnaire survey and in-depth interview, the related data were collected. The questionnaires were developed by James Campbell for cross-cultural studies. The major findings were as follows: (1) the olympians were mostly 1st-born child and were "discovered" in an early age; (2) most olympians ranked highly in the class; (3) the SES of the Olympians' family were varied, though the majority were high; (4) the Olympians' family support and learning environment were reported strong and positive; (5) the Olympiad experiences were, in general, positive to the subjects, especially in learning attitude toward math and science, self-esteem and in autonomous learning and creative problem solving; (6) there were almost none special program designed for the Olympians during their school years; (7) the degree of computer literacy were varied according to the subject's personal interest and the accessibility to the computer; (8) most Olympians had not yet showed special achievement other than math as there were still students; (9) the Olympians were individuals with unique characteristics.teristics.
과학고등학교 학생들의 수학불안감소와 수학성취도 향상을 위한 인지/행동 훈련의 효과
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 31~50
'I'his study investigated students' attitude toward mathematics. and how behavior/cognitive training affects level of math anxietv and level of math achievement. Subjects were all the freshmen attending Taejon Science High School, and they were given Mathematics Attitudes Scale and Attributional Style Questionnaire prior to and post training sessions. Twenty out of 84 freshmen voluntarily participated in nine sessions of training program. Participants were asked to do self-evaluation. Math achievement was measured prior to and post training. and was compared between two groups. Training program utilized behavior/cognitive approach. such as understanding one's feeling through muscle relaxation, breathing and meditation; modifying negative attributional style; imitating effective cognitive strategies for math problem solving, and so on. 'I'he result shows that students' math confidence in general was relatively low out of expectation, a nd they perceived teachers not supporting their math abilities :IS much as expected. On the other hand, students in general had strong math achievelment needs, and considered math utility very high. Sex difference was seen in the attitude toward female math abilities, to result that female students had more positive perception than male students. Female students of 'I'aejon Science High School seem free from conventional idea about female abilities including theirs. Participants' ~attitude change was compared with non-participants. and participants showed statistically significant change in their math confidence, and also in their math achievement. Participants had much higher math confidence and ~achievement than non-participants. And, they showed increased level of perceiving teachers' expectation. more realistic in needs, and more involvement in math. Math achievement was found positively related to math confidence, and participants' math achievement change was explained by their belief in math utility. Not only training program effect hut also participants' voluntary involvement and teacher\ulcorner' support of the program and participation seem to increase their math achievement. Based upon the result of study it was suggested that behavior-/cognitive training program be provided along with academic curricula for gifted students of Korea to help their emotional and psychological development enhance the efficacy of their cognitive learning.
서울시 고교에서의 특수재능교육
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 47~47
Fourteen Special high schools for developing talents in Science, Foreign Languages, and Arts in Seoul Metropolitan city were analyzed in terms of their educational objectives, Students screening system, curriculum, teaching-learning methods, teachers, and consistency with higher education. Special high schools in talent area were more or less similar to each other in all the above aspects. However, special high schools in different talent areas were quite different in student screening, teaching-learning methods, teachers, and consistency with higher education. Public schools were more affluent than the private ones. Special high schools in Science, Arts and Sports were providing individualized, activity oriented, process-oriented teaching-learning methods, while the Foreign languages high schools excercised teacher-centered, grammar oriented, lecture-focused teaching methods more. Special high schools in arts and sprots could have consistency with higher education because the university focuses on talents in the specified field rather than academic scores. In conclusion, the schools have a great deal of rooms to improve in teaching-learning methods with which students can maximize their potential development. However, the special high schools were equipped with better learning environments than regular high schools in many aspects.
A Study on the Effects of Structure of Intellect(SOI) Program on the Intelligence and Thinking Abilities
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 51~76
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of Structure of Intellect( SOI) program for children. To achieve this purpose, 81 second grade children were sampled in a elementary school located In Seoul-city and randomly assigned to the experimental group and control group The SO1 training program were treated to the experimental group for 10 weeks, and the 'Thinking Abilities Test developed by Korea Creativity Research Institute were administered to them for pre-test and post-test. The collected data were analyzed by t-test for comparing the group means of experimental group and control group 'I'he results of this study were as follows : Firstly ere were statistically significant differences between experimental group and control group on the post-test scores of arithmetic[t(79)=2.73p,< .01] and visual memory[t(79)-3.68,p <.001]. The mean scores of experimental group(M=8.63) u ere higher than that of control group(Mz7.34) on arithmetic, and the mean scores to experimental group(M=16.68) were higher than that of control group(M=15 32) on visual memory Secondly there were no statistically significant differences between experimental group and control group on the post-test scores of logistic thinking abilities[t(79)=0.22, p>.05] and abstract thinking abilities[t(79)-0.22, p>.051. Thirdly, the post-test scores of visual memory and logical thinking abilities were more increased in the low intelligence group than the high intelligence group. This result showed that the SO1 program were more effective for the low intelligence group. Fourthly, the post-test scores of visual memory and logical thinking abilities were more increased in the low achievement group than the high achievement group. This result showed that the SO1 program were more effective for the low achievement group.
영재 심화학습 프로그램이 과학적 사고기능 발달에 미치는 효과
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 69~69
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effects of the enrichment program for the gifted on gifted children's development of the logical thinking and science process skills. The enrichment program consists of 200 enrichment courses in language arts, mathematics, sciences, social sciences and thinking for children at the age of 30 months to Grade 8. Enrichment programs are characterized as process-oriented, student-choice available, activities-oriented, open-ended, and interdisciplined. Subjects were 123 gifted children from Grade 1 to 3 at the Korea Academy of Gifted Education (KAGE), whose IQ scores were above 130 at their entry point to KAGE. Children were divided into two groups depending the duration of the program participation. Older Group participated in the program for longer than 13 months, while Newer Group did for shorter than 12 months. Mean of IQs of the two groups were not significantly different. They were tested on Logical Thinking Test and Integrated Process Skills Test revised by KEDI into Korean version in 1991. Descriptive statistics were calculated and group differences were analyzed with t-test, and scheffe test. The main findings were as follows: There were not significant differences between gender. Children in higher grades showed higher level of development. Older group showed significantly higher level of logical thinking and process skills than the Newer group inspite of the similar IQ levels to each other. The longer the gifted child participate in the enrichment program, the higher the development of children's thinking skills.
An Applicaton of Performance Assessment for the Identification of Gifted and Talented Students
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 77~116
The paper-and-pencil multiplce choise test has been widely used to identify gifted and talented student in Korea. Such test have several drawbacks; such~a s not being able to assess creative problem solving abilities and high level thinking abilities which are important characteristics of gifted students. The Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI) developed a performance assessment which challenged traditional methods of identification. The 5-day summer camp was held to select gifted students for the Korean Minjok Leadership Academy. 211 students were evaluated in the aspects of creative problem solving abilities, high level thinking abilities, task commitments, and cooperativeness with various performance tasks, such as essay tests, conversations, oral examinations, computer simulations, puzzles, experiments, group discussions, debates, research reports, and games. As a result, it was found that there were several limitations of the performance assessment in terms of low reliability, requiring high costs and many professionals, and taking long times and large spaces. Expanding and continuing research should follow in order for a performance assessment to use widely as an identification methods because it assesses 'true' abilities of each individual student. follow in order for a performance assessment to use widely as an identification methods because it assesses 'true' abilities of each individual student.
초등학교에서의 영재교육의 실제
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 93~93
창의적 문제 해결력 경연 대회(학생 프로젝트 경연대회 운영결과 보고서)
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 117~144
중등학교에서의 영재교육의 실제
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 133~133
Sternberg의 성공지능(SI)에 관한 고찰 -IQ, EQ를 넘어선 지적 재능을 갖춘 사람을 찾아내는 방안 탐색-
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 145~164
유치원에서의 영재교육의 실제
Journal of Gifted/Talented Education, volume 7, issue 1, 1997, Pages 163~163