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Highly gifted children

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Silvia Banduričová

on 15 June 2013

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HIGHLY GIFTED CHILDREN
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Famous gifted people
1.2. Definition of giftedness or talent
Rezulli's three-part model
1.3. The spinning woman
2. MAIN PART
2.1. Areas of giftedness
General intellectual ability,
Specific academic talent,
Creative and productive thinking,
Leadership ability,
Visual and performing arts,
Psychomotor ability

2.2. Measure of giftedness
HAWIK IV, AID 2 and BIS – HB
IQ 130
3-5 % of population
•Mildly Gifted - 115 - 129
•Moderately Gifted - 130 - 144
•Highly Gifted – from 145 - 159
•Exceptionally Gifted – 160 - 179
•Profoundly Gifted – from 180

2.3. Characteristics
of gifted children
- Atypical interests at the pre-school age
- Reading, writing, counting at the pre-school age
- High activity, intellectual curiosity, asking questions,
- Debating global problems and issues of morality, ethics, limits
- Desire for communication with adults or older children
- Unwillingness to submit to command, authority
- Perfectionism

3. FINAL EVALUATION
3.1. Problems of gifted children
• Sleep disturbances
• Emotional problems
• Problems in social relationships
• Behavioral
• Speech problems

3.2. Support for gifted children
•let the children think, discover and discuss
•listen to them, learn from them
•support intrinsic motivation
•offer a lot of interesting activities
•be a partner and help for the child

Thank you
for your attention!
Questions
Do you know any gifted child, or do you
think there are gifted children around you?
If so, how and why are they supported?

How do you think is it possible for us
to recognize a gifted child?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinning_Dancer
Renzulli, J.S.: The enrichment triad model: A guide for developing defensible program for the gifted and talented. Mansfield Center: Creative Learning Press, 1977, ISBN 0-936386-01-0
http://www.gifted.uconn.edu/nrcgt/newsletter/fall05/fall052.html
http://prsg.education.wisc.edu/gifted/different_areas_of_giftedness.html
http://static1.asmira.com/photo/84/111884/forum/7127519_320.jpg
http://giftedkids.about.com/od/gifted101/qt/IQ_scores.htm
http://www.corwin.com/upm-data/38607_Pages_from_DeLandtsheer_Making_All_Kids_Smarter__ch_1.pdf
LAZNIBATOVÁ, J.: Nadané dieťa. 3. nezmenené vydanie. Bratislava: IRIS, 2007. 412 s. ISBN 80 – 89018 – 53 – X

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