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Students’ Attitudes Toward Education of Gifted Children and Competencies as Future Teachers: Case Study From Croatia


Arrigoni, Jasna; Tatalović-Vorkapić, Sanja
Students’ Attitudes Toward Education of Gifted Children and Competencies as Future Teachers: Case Study From Croatia // Curriculum Development for Gifted Education Programs / Cannaday, Jessica (ur.).
USA: IGI Global, 2018. str. (19)-(42) doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-3041-1.ch002


Naslov
Students’ Attitudes Toward Education of Gifted Children and Competencies as Future Teachers: Case Study From Croatia

Autori
Arrigoni, Jasna ; Tatalović-Vorkapić, Sanja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Curriculum Development for Gifted Education Programs

Urednik/ci
Cannaday, Jessica

Izdavač
IGI Global

Grad
USA

Godina
2018

Raspon stranica
(19)-(42)

ISBN
152253041X

Ključne riječi
Gifted education ; Early and preschool education ; Study of primary school education ; Elective course ; Gagne & Nadeau's attitude scale ; Initial teacher education ; Study program ; Mann-Whitney test ;
(Gifted education ; early and preschool education ; study of primary school education ; elective course ; Gagne & Nadeau's attitude scale ; initial teacher education ; study program ; Mann-Whitney test ;)

Sažetak
An important prerequisite for organizing a quality educational system for gifted children is well-trained teachers. In this chapter, the development of teacher competencies in gifted, through preservice teacher education coursework at the undergraduate level, is explored. Attitudes toward gifted children and their education are examined from the perspective of students enrolled at the Faculty of Teacher Education in Rijeka, Croatia. Pre-service teacher education students in both the early and preschool education program and the primary school education program were included in the research. Attitudes toward the course “Education of Gifted Children” were examined. Finally, attitudes about gifted children and their education by preservice teachers who had taken the “Education of Gifted Children” course were compared to the attitudes of those preservice teachers who had not taken the course. Results are discussed within the frame of the teachers’ required competencies, attitudes, and study program modifications.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Psihologija, Pedagogija



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