Qualitative Case Study In Gifted Education

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Education for gifted children is currently one of the hottest educational issues in Korea.

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Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 2 / 2 (Aralık 2015): 67-86. Examining the Effectiveness of the In-service Training Program for the Education of the Academically Gifted students in Turkey: A Case Study.

Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists.

How and in what respects can the gifted program be differentiated from general programs?

What are the problems and concerns in serving gifted students? These are the main questions of the present qualitative study.

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  1. Same reason the rivalry excuse can never be used for why other anime characters, like Deku, love who they love. I mean, Kishimoto had a ton of asspulls in Naruto, and Naru Hina, to me, is the biggest. To me, Sakuras character took a huge nosedive once Sasuke returned.