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Parentsí Role in Gifted Studentsí Educational Issues and Development

PP: 1215-1221
M. A. Alkhawaldeh, S. A. Alwaely, Y. N. Al Sabi, S. D. Abueita, N. Alomari, F. A. S. Al Taqatqa, M. A. S. Khasawneh8, S. R. Darawsheh, A. S. Al-Shaar,
The purpose of this research is to assess the role of parents in the education of children with exceptional intellect. This study is a qualitative and descriptive research effort conducted with parental participation. The researcher created an interview grid as the primary instrument, which was verified by two individuals before to use. Several approaches, including observation, the inspection of documents, and interviews, were used to collect data. Data triangulation, source triangulation, time triangulation, method triangulation, and outcome triangulation were used to validate the data. The Miles-Huberman-Saldana paradigm for data analysis consists of four stages: data collection, data compression, data presentation, and accuracy verification. The studys results reveal, among other things, that it is the obligation of parents to seek information and identify the features of gifted children in order to determine the educational needs of their gifted children. This is one of the recommendations that may be derived from the studys results. Provide support to intelligent youths in choosing and identifying suitable educational institutions. Providing talented children with aid in resolving interpersonal disputes generated by their perfectionism and authoritarianism is an essential component of their educational experience. It is a vital part of education to assist pupils in overcoming the internal obstacles they confront as bright persons to determine if a more effective mentorship technique for teaching talented students can be used in the classroom.

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