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3.2.6 The Gifted Rating Scale for the Marginalised (GRSM)

The Gifted Rating Scale for the Marginalised (GRSM) was developed to identify gifted students from low-income families, providing rubrics for Likert scales. This study reports research findings on the validity and the reliability of the GRSM as well as its technical backgrounds. It is composed of 3 factors measuring cognitive ability, creativity, and practical problem-solving ability. Participants were 100 gifted and 67 non-gifted students (grades 2 and 3) from low-income families and 18 teachers. The results showed the efficiency of the GRSM in identifying low-income gifted students better than the most commonly used teacher referral checklist.

Author(s):

Kyung-Sook Lee
kyungsooklee@gmail.com
Soonchunhyang University
South Korea

Former researcher at the NRCGTE(National Research Center of Gifted Education) of the KEDI(Korean Education Development Institute)

Shin-Dong Lee
sdlee@sch.ac.kr
Soonchunhyang University
South Korea

Director of the SECI Exceptional Children Institute

Jinho, H. Kim
jinhokim@sch.ac.kr
Soonchunhyang University
South Korea

Director of the Center for children with Development Delays or Disabilities

Sang-Hee Lee
sanglh@sch.ac.kr
Soonchunhyang University
South Korea

Director of the Language and Auditory Clinical Training Center

 

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