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Title Interplay of Creativity and Giftedness in Science / edited by Melissa K. Demetrikopoulos, Institute for Biomedical Philosophy, USA, and John L. Pecore, University of West Florida, USA, Institute for Biomedical Philosophy, USA.

Published Rotterdam : SensePublishers : Imprint: SensePublishers, [2016].
©2016

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Physical description 1 online resource (xii, 398 pages) illustrations.
Series Advances in Creativity and Giftedness ; volume 9
Advances in creativity and giftedness ; v. 9.
Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction for the Interplay between Creativity and Giftedness in Science -- Section 1: Historical Perspective -- Historical Contribution of Creativity to Development of Gifted Science Education in Formal and Informal Learning Environments -- Importance of Creative Thinking for Paradigm Shifts that Foster Scientific Advances -- Twentieth Century Scientists Who Exemplify the Interplay of Creativity and Giftedness -- Section 2: Encouraging Scientific Creativity in Gifted Learners -- Implications of Gifted Student Selection Techniques for Scientific Creativity -- Efficacy of Creative Training for Gifted Science Students -- A Belief System at the Core of Learning Science: A Case Study of a Critical and Creative Gifted Learner -- Sect ion 3: Developing Gifted and Creative Learners in Science Education Classroom -- Mind Your P’s and E’s: Developing Creativity in the Science Classroom -- Sciencing: Creative, Scientific Learning in the Constructivist Classroom -- Quantifying the Effects of Personalized Assessment Tasks in Secondary Science Teaching -- Fostering Creativity in Science Classrooms: Lessons Learned from a Brigadier General -- Sect ion 4: Science, Creativity, and Giftedness in Real World Contexts with Diverse Learners -- Affordances in School Science Research: Narratives from Two Singapore Specialized Science School Students -- The Geography of Giftedness: Growing Scientists in Rural Areas -- Identifying Gifted and Creative Future Scientists Who Are Linguistically and Culturally Diverse -- Science, Creativity and the Real World: Lessons Learned from the U.S. Homeschool Community -- Scientific Creativity within the Rules: Suggestions for Teaching Science to Gifted Children with Autism -- Creatures, Costumes, Cryptic Creations: Integrating Creativity in a Secondary Science Gifted Program in Marine Science -- Sect ion 5: Approaches for Fostering Scientific Creativity in Gifted Learners -- Use of Analogy and Comparative Thinking in Scientific Creativity and Gifted Education -- ‘Chemical Reactions Are Like Hell because…’: Asking Gifted Science Learners to be Creative in a Curriculum Context that Encourages Convergent Thinking -- Fostering Creativity Using Robotics among Students in STEM Fields to Reverse the Creativity Crisis -- Attracting Dynamos: How Problem Based Science Opens Doors and Creates Opportunities -- Developing a Rebel with a Cause through Creative Risk-Taking in Gifted Students. .
Summary "This work by a diverse field of international authors focuses discussion on the interplay of giftedness and creativity within the scientific enterprise and provides evidence and theoretical constructs which can be used to adjust learning environments to be conducive to the development of superior scientists. The book also explores the interplay of creativity and giftedness for scientists in a historical context, describes the importance of creativity in scientific advances, and examines the impact of the current educational system and various cultural expectations on diverse gifted and creative science students including those with special needs. Furthermore, the Interplay of Creativity and Giftedness in Science provides a mechanism for communicating exemplary examples of programs, which have successfully combined creativity, giftedness, and science, across linguistic, cultural, racial, geographic, socioeconomic, and situational educational settings." --Page [4] of cover.
Other author Demetrikopoulos, Melissa K. editor.
Pecore, John L. editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Creative ability in science -- Study and teaching.
Gifted children -- Education.
Science -- Study and teaching.
Education.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9789463001632 electronic bk.
9463001638 electronic bk.
9789463001618 (hardback)
9463001611
946300162X
Standard Number 10.1007/978-94-6300-163-2