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Učna motivacija in nadarjenost v sociokulturno raznoliki Latinski Ameriki in Karibskih državah

Sheyla Blumen

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Povzetek: Namen prispevka je predstaviti prevladujoče teoretske koncepte na področju učne motivacije znotraj razvojnih modelov nadarjenosti in talentiranosti za avtohtone otroke, ki živijo v sociokulturno raznoliki Latinski Ameriki in Karibskih državah. Motivacija je analizirana kot ključni dejavnik in spodbujevalec izjemnih dosežkov. Izpostavljen je odnos med motivacijo, izjemnimi dosežki in učno poduspešnostjo, prikazane so tudi ugotovitve o povezavah med socialno-čustvenim razvojem nadarjenih ter njihovo motivacijo. Sklepni poudarki so namenjeni pomembni vlogi motivacije v okviru učne uspešnosti nadarjenih in talentiranih, izpostavljenim raznolikim sociokulturnim vplivom, ki krojijo njihove dosežke na standardiziranih merjenjih. V podanih predlogih je poudarjena potreba po nadaljnjem raziskovanju, ki bi združilo posamezne teoretske in praktične elemente, potrebne za spodbujanje talentov otrok v Latinski Ameriki.

Ključne besede: učna motivacija, nadarjenost, razvoj talentov, učna uspešnost, sociokulturni dejavniki


Citiraj:
Blumen, S. (2014). Learning motivation and giftedness in sociocultural diverse Latin America and the Caribbean societies. Psihološka obzorja, 23, 125–135. https://doi.org/10.20419/2014.23.413


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