Defining and diagnosing the gifted students

Вознюк, О. В. (2017) Defining and diagnosing the gifted students. Вісник Житомирського державного університету імені Івана Франка (1 (87)). pp. 19-24. ISSN 2076-6173

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The article contains the research of the phenomenon of giftedness and the ways of its diagnosis. The interdisciplinary analysis enables to derive at the conclusion about genetic connection of talent with the creative and intellectual aspects of a personality. The study is based on methodological aspects when the research proceeds from the universal to the particular, and from the latter – to the singular. On the level of philosophical methodology the universal paradigm of development is applied enabling to ground, that creativity, giftedness and intellect have certain genetic ties being realized in the process of a person's development: the man develops from the state of giftedness, characterized by the functions of right hemisphere of the cerebrum realizing multiple, emotional and image reflection of reality, high affective and perceptive sensitivity being the indicators the very giftedness – that right hemispheric developing potential of man which must be sublimated into left hemispheric intellectual (analytical, abstract and logical) forms of psychical activity. On the third stage of man's development the unification of right- and left hemispheric functions reveal the psycho physiological basis for creative (paradoxical, dialectical) thinking and mastering of reality. The mentioned stages determine pertaining proper strategies of the diagnostics of giftedness.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: giftedness, intellect, creativity, the concept of functional asymmetry of human brain, the universal set of giftedness diagnostics.
Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education
Divisions: Educational and Research Institute of Pedagogics > Department of Pedagogy
Depositing User: Руслана Іщук
Date Deposited: 06 Jun 2017 17:23
Last Modified: 04 Apr 2018 19:36

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