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Past, present, and future of gifted science education in Korea: a historical perspective

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Authors
Kang, Da Yeon
Issue Date
2019-12-04
Publisher
Springer Open
Citation
Asia-Pacific Science Education, 5(1):12
Keywords
Science educationGifted educationPolicy and implementationGiftedness
Abstract
The Republic of Korea is well known as a leader of gifted science education due to the significant progress it has made in the past two decades. This paper aims to provide a historical perspective of gifted science education in Korea by interviewing a key figure in the Korean science education community. This paper explores the various trajectories of the development of gifted science education via the experience and thoughts of Choe Seung-Urn, who is a founder and developer of gifted science education in Korea. He has participated in gifted science education in Korea since the beginning by building prototypes of gifted education institutes, introducing tools to identify gifted students, and developing an orchestrated and integrated model across both research and education. This conversation with a senior researcher on the brink of retirement is intended to provide a deeper insight for successive generations who will take over the gifted science education system.
ISSN
2364-1177
Language
English
URI
https://doi.org/10.1186/s41029-019-0045-8

http://hdl.handle.net/10371/164769
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