The potential development of gifted students has always been an important issue for gifted educators. The implementation results need to be understood through long-term follow-up studies to understand the suitability of gifted education and learning opportunities whether that can benefit students. In response to the K-12 educational spirit, the reform and innovation of gifted education have also been valued. This study is expected to take two years, it tries to use qualitative and quantitative research methods such as surveys, focus group discussion, and teaching experiments, to explore the talent development process of gifted students based on the theory of autonomous learning, and to analyze the key factors affecting talent development, and to explore the impact and benefit of students through the intervention of evidence-based intervention. The previous year focused on analyzing the key factors affecting the talents development, and compiled the content of the autonomous learning scale for gifted students. Through in-depth interviews with 5 outstanding professions in their autonomous learning process, the personal and environmental factors of autonomous learning were summarized, including individuals’ ability, attitude, and skills, and the atmosphere, support and adjustment of environment. And then, through the three stages of Delphi technical survey, based on the investigation of 15 experts and on-site teachers, the autonomous learning scale was summarized. And, the survey of gifted students and regular students will be conducted and compared in the second and third years, so as to plan the curriculum of autonomous learning and implement them.
|Effective start/end date||2020/08/01 → 2021/07/31|
- Gifted students
- Talent development
- Autonomous learning
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