International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

Psychological and Pedagogical Problems of Development of Talent Among Schoolchildren
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2016 - Volume 11 Issue 8, pp. 2903-2913
  • Published Online: 06 Sep 2016
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Reference: Khamatnurov FT, Dudina MM, Chistik OF. Psychological and Pedagogical Problems of Development of Talent Among Schoolchildren. Int Elect J Math Ed. 2016;11(8), 2903-2913.
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Abstract

Topicality of the problem under study is driven by the need to implement a mission of a modern state to create an effective education system, providing conditions for teaching and development of gifted children. On the other hand, it is based on the insufficient study of factors determining the updating of psychological and pedagogical problems relating to the development of talent among pupils of comprehensive secondary schools. The aim of the article is to produce the theoretical analysis of existing methodological approaches to the problem of talent in the psychological and pedagogical literature and the analysis of the results of the study carried out among administrative and pedagogical staff of educational organizations. The leading study method of the aforementioned problem is questionnaire, which makes it possible, using an experiment and research approach, to reveal factors determining the updating of psychological and pedagogical problems relating to the development of talent among pupils of comprehensive secondary schools. The article outlines factors received during the study, determining the updating of psychological and pedagogical problems relating to the development of talent among pupils of comprehensive secondary schools – terminological disorder in defining the basic notion of “talent”, lack of objective criteria and indices to diagnose talent among children; lack of research of mechanisms to develop talent, shortage of effective models of interaction among higher vocational and general education establishments to implement educational programmes, aimed at developing talent among schoolchildren. The materials of the article can be used by administrative and pedagogical staff to draw up and introduce models of interaction among higher vocational and general education establishments to implement educational programmes, aimed at developing talent among schoolchildren.

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