Pedagogy for gifted and talented students in higher education is the main topic of this study. Teachers of educational programmes designed for talented or highly motivated students in higher education (here called honours programmes) are challenged to stimulate students to increase the quality of their academic achievements. However, systematically acquired knowledge on effective teaching strategies for motivated and talented students above the age of 18 is limited (Heller, Mßnks, Sternberg & Subotnik, 2000). The aim of this study is to augment the existing body of knowledge. Firstly to reflect on this knowledge from different perspectives, secondly by a mix-method research, analysing multi-institutional data collected in the United States and the Netherlands about teachers perception on teaching strategies for gifted and motivated students in higher education. The theoretical perspectives behind this study focus on (1) theories about giftedness, (2) motivational theories and (3) on studies on honours programmes.
|Status||Published - 2011|
|Evenement||14th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction 2011: "Education for a Global Networked Society" - University of Exeter, Exeter, United Kingdom|
Duur: 30 aug 2011 → 3 sep 2011
|Conference||14th Biennial EARLI Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction 2011|
|Verkorte titel||EARLI 2011|
|Periode||30/08/11 → 3/09/11|
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