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Development of On-line Content Evaluation Standards for Informatics Gifted Students (정보영재를 위한 온라인 콘텐츠 평가 준거 개발)

  • Kim, Yong;Kim, Jung-Hoon
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.9
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    • pp.487-495
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    • 2010
  • Online content evaluation standards were suggested in order to improve quality of education for informatics gifted students in this paper. This evaluation standards were developed by thinking and learning style and characteristics of gifted students which were presented in preceding research. The evaluation standards were reviewed through reliability analysis as well as analysis of the characteristics of items and validity analysis by experts of informatics gifted student education sector. In the result of analysis, reliability of items has been very reliable. Level of difficulty and discrimination about the characteristics of items has also shown satisfactory value. Developed the evaluation standards has 5 evaluation categories such as "talent development", "Interaction", and others. It also has 11 evaluation factors and 40 evaluation items. The online content evaluation standards can be helpful and useful in order to develop qualitative online contents and select online contents for informatics gifted student.

Analysis of the Difference in Creative Product Achievement for Informatics Gifted Children by their Motive and Parental Support (초등정보영재의 동기와 부모지지에 따른 창의적 산출물 성취도 차이 분석)

  • Gwak, Soah;Kwon, Daiyoung;Lee, WonGyu
    • The Journal of Korean Association of Computer Education
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.41-51
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    • 2014
  • Informatics gifted education institutions have made multi-faceted efforts to encourage students to do creative activities which can be extended lasting. However, research about gifted student's creative activities is yet incomplete, and most of the research has only focused on their cognitive abilities. Therefore, there is a limit to providing creative activity curricula that reflect the characteristics of informatics gifted students. This study assessed the creative products achievement of 56 informatics gifted elementary school students' and comprehensively analyzed the results with affective and environmental variables. The result is that the achievement of creative products was higher when the intrinsic motivation was found to be higher. Parents' support or extrinsic motivation did not differ significantly.

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A Problem Solving Analysis of Gifted Students in Information based on PISA Problem Solving Tool (PISA의 문제해결력 도구를 이용한 정보 영재 학생의 문제해결력 분석)

  • Choi, Junghyun;Kim, Kapsu
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.179-188
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    • 2016
  • This study is to analyze how is the gifted in Informatics student's cognitive features different from others and present standard for screening. So ultimately, I hope this study contribute to the promising perspective and curriculum development for gifted elementary school students in information science. And hopefully give an Implications for the way forward as an information special education by study of problem solving skills that underlie the learning ability. These skills are being able to collect, analyze, synthesize and apply the informations so that make sustainable development possible. Therefor, the ultimate goal of this study is to provide better education for the gifted in Informatics student's basic learning skills.

Development of a Convergent Teaching-Learning Materials based on Logic Gates using Water-flow for the Secondary Informatics Gifted Students (물의 흐름을 이용한 논리 게이트 기반 융합형 중등 정보과학 영재 교수·학습 자료 개발)

  • Lee, Hyung-Bong;Kwon, Ki-Hyeon
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.19 no.12
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    • pp.369-384
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    • 2014
  • Since the start of gifted education in 2002, educational support system has now been established, and sufficient growth in quantitative aspects has been achieved in Korea. On the other hand, they report that there are insufficient points in terms of education quality. In other words, most of the gifted education simply expands knowledge by prior-learning. In order to improve the quality of gifted education, they should enhance critical-thinking and creativity able to apply interdisciplinary principles or phenomena for solving problems. In this study, we designed and developed a convergent teaching-learning materials based on the concept of integrated education, which explore the process that basic logic operations such as AND, OR, XOR do the role of computer cells. A survey result showed that student satisfaction(usefulness, understanding, interest) of the materials is significantly higher than that of other traditional learning topics, and the design intent was met.

Studying the Possibility of Puzzle Based Learning for Informatics Gifted Elementary Student Education (초등정보영재 교육을 위한 퍼즐 기반 학습 가능성 탐색)

  • Choi, JeongWon;Lee, Eunkyoung;Lee, YoungJun
    • The Journal of Korean Association of Computer Education
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    • v.16 no.5
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    • pp.9-16
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    • 2013
  • Computational thinking is an ability to resolve problems that may be applied to the various real world problems and is regarded as the core of computer science. Computational thinking may be improved through experiences of analyzing problems and of selecting, applying, and modeling strategies appropriate for problem-solving. In order to enhance computational thinking of learners, it is important to provide experiences of solving various problems. This study designed puzzle based learning in order to educate learners principles of problem solving, let them have experiences of interest and insight, and provide them with problem solving experiences. The puzzle questions used for learning were classified into six types - constraints, optimization, probability, statistics, pattern recognition, and strategies. These questions were applied to Informatics gifted elementary students and, after their education, their computational thinking and problem solving inventory significantly improved.

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