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A Proposed Enrichment Program for Developing Future Work Skills and its Effect on Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy among a Sample of Gifted Students in the Faculty of Specific Education, Alexandria University

Helmy Mohamed Helmy Elfiel,
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This Research Aimed At Identifying The Effect of A Proposed Enrichment Program for Developing Future Work Skills and Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy among a Sample of Gifted Students and Discovering The Degree of Continuity of The Effect of A Proposed Enrichment Program for Developing Future Work Skills and Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy among a Sample of Gifted Students in the Faculty of Specific Education, Alexandria University after a month from end of application. This Research was applied on a sample consists of (16) Female Gifted student fourth year art education department with Average Age (21.67) Years (SD=1.59) at university year (2018/2019) They were selected in light of a Multidimensional plan. Researcher used A Proposed Enrichment Program, Future Work Skills scale and Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy scale. For Statistical Analysis researcher depended on Wilcoxson test and the effect size (η2). The Results of the Research indicated That there are a statistically significant diferences at the level of (0.01) between mean ranks degrees of experimental group in the pre-test and post-test of Future Work Skills and Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy in favor of the post-test and There are no significant differences at the level of (0.05) between mean ranks degrees of experimental group in the post-test and Follow up-test of Future Work Skills and Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy. The results were discussed and interpreted in the light of the theoretical framework and previous studies. As A number of recommendations and suggestions were presented in the light of the research results.

 

The Reality of Talent Management among the Students of Sultan Qaboos University in Light of some Demographic Variables

Samiya Suhail Mohammed Al - Maashani, Alaa Eddin Abdul Hamid Ayoub, Fatima Ahmed Al Jassim,
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The present study aimed to measure the level of awareness about the concept of talent management in a sample of Sultan Qaboos University students in Sultanate of Oman, and reveal differences in the study sample responses according to the variables of gender, type of college and intake year, a questionnaire was used which consisted of three main dimensions of the awareness of talent management concept . The study sample consisted of 273 students enrolled in the bachelors programs in various scientific and social sciences specializations. They were randomly chosen. The study found that there was high level of awareness of the talent management concept.Moreover, The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences in the male and female sample responses due to the three variables of the study: gender, intake year, college type.

 

Twice-Exceptional Students in Saudi Arabia: A Review of the ResearchLiterature from 1990 to 2018

Yasir Alsamiri,
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The current study is a literature review which was conducted to analyze studies on twice-exceptionality published in English in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) between 1990 and 2018. Aim: To analyze the findings in the research conducted on twice-exceptionality in KSA. Methods and procedures: The following electronic databases were used to search the relevant literature: SAGE, ERIC, EBSCOhost Databases, SpringerLink, ScienceDirect, and the Dissertations, masterís theses Database. These databases were selected because these are where most of the literature on education is published. Moreover, the author used two studies that are in press because there are few studies on the topic and these studies will increase the amount of available data. The publications used in this study were retrieved and each was reviewed and analyzed. A table was created for each study with categories of author and year, sample, purpose, method, and key findings. The results showed that a total of eight studies related to twice-exceptional students in Saudi Arabia have been published in those years, and all of them were published in the last eight years. The main focus of the research in most of these studies relates to barriers to identifying twice-exceptional students. Conclusions and implications: The results of this study reveal that relatively little research has been conducted in Saudi Arabia on twice-exceptionality.More research is warranted to identify twice-exceptional students in Saudi schools. Further research is also needed to provide professional development and training in twice-exceptionality to Saudi teachers, in order to enable them to identify such students, which the studies indicate that they are currently unable to do.

 

The Power of Language: An Exploration of Wisdom

Luma Fayez Alsalah,
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The evolutionary existence of language illuminates the crucial exchange of communication people have achieved in different walks of life. Language manifests itself as a tool of thinking at a psychological and social level. The production of language in the oral or written context is a culmination of a mental process that reveals an overview of oneís thinking indicating thought, precision, intended meaning and much more. As such, the usage of language is a choice whereby the speaker chooses what, where, when and how to speak. This choice resembles a refining procedure where a speaker or writer selects the words wisely underlining that decisions are being made. When time and place pose importance in the exchange of language in the decision making process, wisdom stands out to seek a common good for all. Where language may be an utterance of words with or without context, the wise use of language presents itself as an ultimate instrument of expression, domination and even liberation. The mastery of language certainly paves the way for remarkable power and potential. Thus, beyond its communicating function, language puts forth unsurfaced powers; it affects oneís emotions, feelings, ideas, responses and reactions. Language is viewed as a means of transmitting notions, sharing and exchanging information. In all of its manifestations, language is the tool, equipment and even weapon leading to success or failure of the accomplishment. However, at a deeper level, language allows the mental resources of individuals to combine via oral or written contexts, thereby enabling speakers and listeners, and writers and readers to bond beyond the word. The selection of words exchanged and perceived in such interactions can create worlds of thought, reflection and wisdom. In effect, the language we use along with the knowledge and wisdom put in its use create resources for not only individuals but communities as a whole. Indeed mental capacities are brought together when language is a social activity at play.

 

Neurocognitive Deficits in Egyptian Gifted Children with Attention Deficit/hyper Activity Disorder

Suzanne M.I. Arafa,
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Abstract Research about giftedness in (ADHD) children is very limited which may raises the possibility That many gifted /ADHD children are not being identified correctly. This study aimed to identify the giftedness within ADHD sample and explore their neurocognitive deficits.The sample comprised of 60 children aged from 9 to 12 years. A group of 30 gifted children diagnosed with ADHD was compared to control group of 30 children without ADHD. The children were assessed using the Torrance test of creative thinking figurative (TTCT), cognitive assessment system (CAS2) , and ADHD checklist, WISC -V intelligence scale for children. ADHD children showed significant result in some areas of giftedness, and extend findings Regarding neurocognitive deficits in children with ADHD .The practical implication of the results discussed in the context of appropriate diagnosis and support in classroom.

 

The Role of Teacher in Discovering Artistically Gifted Students between Reality and Promise

Zenieb Mahmoud Ahmed, Basma Hussien Said,
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The study aimed at investigating the factual role of art teachers in discovering artistically gifted students , the difficulties that are confronted in discovering them , and recognizing their viewpoints and suggestions that support his/her role in discovering artistically gifted students with their utmost promises. The study utilized the descriptive methodology which is based on data analysis and a questionnaire of surveying the viewpoints of (90) female and male art education at Sohag governorate. The study revealed various findings: considering the first axis, the factual role of art education teacher towards discovering artistically gifted students is inadequate. considering the second axis, the art education teacher faces difficulties in discovering artistically gifted students as( the difficulties of the artistically gifted student him/her self) : as the gifted students are unwilling to participate in art activities, ( the difficulties relating to the family as there is not cooperation between family and teachers), (the difficulties of school as there is a lack in the role of school in discovering the artistically gifted students), (the difficulties of the textbook content as the content of schooling course does not satisfy the demands of artistically gifted students). Considering the third axis which is represented in the viewpoints and suggestions supporting the role of art education teacher in discovering artistically gifted students has been tackled through two parts: the possibilities that should be provided for caring about artistically gifted students that assist in activating role of art education teacher as supplying materials and tools that assist in discovering artistically gifted students, the suggestions that support the skills of art education teachers in discovering artistically gifted students as organizing training courses and workshops for training artistically gifted education teachers on the how of discovering artistically gifted students.

 

The effectiveness of the use of Multiple Intelligences on academic achievement among elementary school students

مريم زيد زيدان العمري Mariam Al-Amri, آمال فرج الله سالم الصاعدي Amal Al-Saadi,
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In this paper we highlight the problem of academic achievement in mathematics in primary school, in terms of its concept, types and causes, and its dimensions. Also, we discuss the effectiveness of the use of multiple intelligence in dealing with weak academic achievement level in mathematics at the primary level.

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