RELACIJE AKADEMSKE DAROVITOSTI SA GIMNAZIJSKIM USMERENJEM UČENIKA I NIVOOM OBRAZOVANJA RODITELJA

  • Jasmina Pekić

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Istraživanje prikazano u radu pretenduje da ponudi odgovore na dva pitanja: kakva je struktura razlika u intelektualnim sposobnostima učenika darovitih u dvema široko definisanim područjima znanja ili akademskim domenima, kao i da li se nivo akademske darovitosti gimnazijalaca razlikuje u odnosu na obrazovanje njihovih roditelja. Istraživanje je sprovedeno na uzorku od 177 gimnazijalaca prirodno-matematičkog i društveno- jezičkog smera sa teritorije Srbije, koji su identifikovani kao daroviti na osnovu natprosečnog postignuća na Kibernetičkoj bateriji testova inteligencije - KOG 3 (IQ>120) i odličnog školskog uspeha (prosečna ocena na polugodištu iznad 4,50).  Konstrukt akademske darovitosti definisan je  kao napredna ovladanost različitim akademskim područjima znanja, koja se temelji na visokim kognitivnim potencijalima, intrinzičkoj motivaciji i kreativnosti. Ovako definisana akademska darovitost merena je skalom od 13 ajtema, koja je konstruisana za potrebe istraživanja. Ispitivanje razlika u intelektualnom profilu učenika darovitih u dva šire definisana akademska domena upućuje na osnovanost razlikovanja dveju osnovnih formi akademskog talenta, od kojih je jedna verbalnog a druga neverbalnog tipa. Preciznije rečeno, dobijeni rezultati upućuju na veću razvijenost verbalnih sposobnosti u grupi akademski darovitih učenika koji pohađaju društveno-jezički smer gimnazije, dok su više sposobnosti vizuelne spacijalizacije registrovane u grupi darovitih učenika prirodno-matematičkog smera. Osim toga, ispitivanjem relacija između nivoa akademske darovitosti  i obrazovanja roditelja, ustanovljene su značajne razlike jedino u odnosu na obrazovni nivo majke.

Биографија аутора

Jasmina Pekić

Filozofski fakultet
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu

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PEKIĆ, Jasmina. RELACIJE AKADEMSKE DAROVITOSTI SA GIMNAZIJSKIM USMERENJEM UČENIKA I NIVOOM OBRAZOVANJA RODITELJA. Годишњак Филозофског факултета у Новом Саду, [S.l.], v. 41, n. 2, p. 367-395, feb. 2017. ISSN 2334-7236. Доступно на: <http://godisnjak.ff.uns.ac.rs/index.php/gff/article/view/1889>. Датум приступа: 22 aug. 2017 doi: https://doi.org/10.19090/gff.2016.2.367-395.
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