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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2004;25(3): 15-26.
문제해결을 통한 영재아 선별에 관한 연구
A New Screening Method for Potentially Gifted Children: Problem Solving Activities
Young Sun Chung
The problem solving activities developed for this formal assessment program are based on familiar, real life problems. Responses of third and fourth grade subjects to problem solving items were assessed by problem solving ability, reasoning, and imagination/creativity. Reliability of problem solving activities was supported by the results of interrater reliability and Cronbach`s alpha. Correlations between problem solving activities and the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test(NNAT: 1985) showed that cluster scores on the NNAT were significantly related to each score on the problem solving activities. Problem solving by gender showed that girls were more likely to express ideas than boys. There were also differences related to grade level on some items.
Key Words: problem solving activities, screening, the gifted
주요어: 문제해결 활동, 선별, 영재아
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