Lessons from goal orientation theory: Expansion of systemic theory of gifted education

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Abstract

The author discusses a paradigm shift in education for the gifted children from the mechanistic approach to the systemic approach. He believes that this shift will lead the students to more towards their goals, action space and environment. He further comments that in an article titled "Towards a systemic theory of gifted education," Albert Ziegler and Shane N. Phillipson have considered the systemic theory as groundbreaking and promising paradigm in the gifted education. Copyright © 2012 European Council for High Ability.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)31-33
JournalHigh Ability Studies
Volume23
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2012

Citation

Cheng, R. W.-y. (2012). Lessons from goal orientation theory: Expansion of systemic theory of gifted education. High Ability Studies, 23(1), 31-33.

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