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2.7.8 The effects of graphic organisers: Problem-Based Learning program on the critical and creative thinking abilities and the attitudes of the gifted

This study aimed to examine whether graphic organisers, when used in PBL, is effective in improving critical and creative thinking abilities and the attitudes of gifted students. The subjects of this study were 50 gifted students. The study findings were as follows: First, this program was effective in improving creative thinking ability and personality. Second, the best group (IQ of 130 or more) is shown to be more effective than the excellent group (IQ of 125-129) in many sub-factors of the critical and creative thinking ability and personality.

Author(s):

ShinDong Lee
sdlee@sch.ac.kr
SoonChunHyang University
South Korea

ShinDong Lee is a professor of SoonChunHyang University, South Korea. Currently, he serves as the president of the Korea Association for the Gifted Education for Early Childhood, a dean of Graduate School of Education, and also a director of Gifted Education Center.

WoonJung Koh
eunicekoh@hanmail.net
Kangnam University
South Korea

WoonJung Koh is a professor of Kangnam University, South Korea. Currently, she serves as a member of the Korea Association for the Gifted Education for Early Childhood and a vicedirector of Gifted Education Center.

SoYoung Joo
schjoo@naver.com
SoonChunHyang University
South Korea

SoYoug Joo is an instructor of SoonChunHyang University, South Korea. She serves as a member of the Korea Association for the Gifted Education for Early Childhood and a coordinator of Gifted Education Center.

 

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