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Identificiranje talentiranih na Madžarskem: od identificiranja do raziskovanja

Szilvia Péter-Szarka

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Povzetek: Prispevek predstavlja prepoznavanje talentov na Madžarskem ter nekatera še neodgovorjena vprašanja s tega področja. Najprej je podan kratek povzetek o obravnavi talentiranih na Madžarskem, nato pa so izpostavljeni nekateri aktualni problemi identifikacije talentiranih: težave pri opredeljevanju talenta, talent kot potencial, dejavniki okolja, vloga vztrajnosti in motivacije ter pomen individualnih razlik. V nadaljevanju prispevka je predstavljena obstoječa praksa identificiranja talentiranih, vključno s sklepi o nadaljnjem razvoju te prakse v smeri raziskovanja individualnih značilnosti ter z večjim poudarkom na uporabi testov kognitivnega profiliranja, ugotavljanja interesov, uporabe opazovanja in dinamičnih ocenjevalnih metod, upoštevanja mnenj učiteljev in poudarjanja potrebe po vlaganju napora. Zdi se, da je premik od identifikacije k raziskovanju oziroma ugotavljanje individualnih potreb in značilnosti posameznikov za zagotavljanje nadaljnjega razvoja v primerjavi zgolj s selekcijo bolj učinkovit način za podpiranje talentiranih v 21. stoletju.

Ključne besede: talentirani, identifikacija, Madžarska, raziskovanje, okoljski dejavniki


Citiraj:
Péter-Szarka, S. (2014). Talent identification in Hungary: From identification to investigation. Psihološka obzorja, 23, 155–162. https://doi.org/10.20419/2014.23.416


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