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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Creativity, Thinking Skills for the Gifted

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  1. ULASAN & KRITIKAN ARTIKEL 1

    CONTOH UJIAN BAHASA MELAYU UNTUK MURID PINTAR CERDAS

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  2. ULASAN & KRITIKAN ARTIKEL 2

    Salah satu program yang diusahakan sekarang ialah Program Permata Pintar telah dimulakan di Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) sejak 2008 untuk mengenal pasti pelajar pintar, cerdas dan berbakat pada peringkat usia awal. Sebelum ini tiada program khusus untuk pelajar pintar bagi meningkatkan kebolehannya.



    Menurut Timbalan Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Liew Vui Keong, kerajaan telah memperuntukkan RM7.3 juta untuk Program Permata Pintar di bawah Pakej Rangsangan Ekonomi 1 melibatkan kos operasi perkhemahan cuti sekolah bagi pelajar berjaya melepasi ujian saringan UKM1 dan UKM2.

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  3. ULASAN & KRITIKAN ARTIKEL 3

    Kajander (1990) has stated that even among the mathematically gifted who displayed creative traits such as divergent thinking, mathematical creativity was a "special kind of creativity not necessarily related to divergent thinking" (p. 254). This statement begs the question as to whether or not mathematical creativity implies giftedness. It does at the level of professional research in mathematics. One could easily argue that professional mathematicians are gifted based on the fact that they have obtained a doctorate in the field and are active in research. However, even at this level, only a handful of professional mathematicians are classified as being truly "creative" (Usiskin, 2000).

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  4. ULASAN & KRITIKAN ARTIKEL 4

    Characteristics of three different types of children: High Achievers, Gifted Learners, and Creative Thinkers. These categories were developed by Dr. Bertie Kingore and they go a long way in helping us recognize gifted children, including those who don't do well in school.

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  5. ULASAN & KRITIKAN ARTIKEL 5


    A project-based math lesson gives students a hands-on approach to learning math concepts. They apply math skills in a relevant real-world project to gain a better sense of how math is used. The math projects typically include some form of assessment, such as notes or data based on the results or a presentation to the class.

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