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2018, iss. 46, pp. 125-142
Teaching methods for gifted students in the regular classroom
aUniveristy of Niš, Faculty of Philosophy
bUniversity of Priština - Kosovska Mitrovica, Faculty of Teacher Education, Prizren-Leposavić

emailmarija.jovanovic@filfak.ni.ac.rs, minic.vesna@gmai
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The sustainability of the identity of Serbs and national minorities in the border municipalities of eastern and southeastern Serbia (MESTD - 179013)
Kosovo and Metohija Between National Identity and Eurointegrations (MESTD - 47023)

Abstract
This paper aims to investigate teaching methods that could be used to work with gifted students in the regular classroom, in order to further emphasize that it is possible to achieve successful differentiated instruction with gifted students. We have conducted purposive sampling and a high level of its validity was ensured by the selection of teachers who had had active experience of teaching gifted students. The research findings have shown us that the heuristics approach, problem-based learning and integrated teaching approach are most often used to teach gifted students in the regular classroom, while mentoring approach is used much less. Interactive and programmed teaching are not sufficiently used to teach gifted students in the regular classroom. It is interesting to emphasize that the mentoring approach is primarily used by the most experienced teachers; that the heuristics approach and problem-based learning are mostly used in rural environments; and that problem-based, integrated and programmed teaching approaches are more frequently used in specialized classes for gifted students than in the regular classroom. The results identified have helped us to draw several conclusions and pedagogical implications regarding the important issue of the didactic activity with gifted children.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
DOI: 10.5937/bastina1846125J
published in SCIndeks: 14/03/2019
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