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Winne, Philip H. – High Ability Studies, 2019
This special issue presents a sample of modern work on self-regulated learning (SRL) among high ability and gifted students. It includes diverse views about the construct per se, and gifted students' and their teachers' accounts about SRL and factors they believe moderate it. Zeidner and Stroeger (this issue) set the stage with a sketch of an…
Descriptors: Gifted, Metacognition, Educational Philosophy, Teacher Attitudes
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Zeidner, Moshe – High Ability Studies, 2019
In this closing chapter and commentary to the special issue of "High Ability Studies" focusing on self-regulated learning (SRL) in gifted, high ability, and talented students, I delineate a number of promising challenges and directions for future theory, methodology, research, and applications in the domain of self-regulated learning. I…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Learning Strategies, Gifted, Talent
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Sternberg, Robert J. – High Ability Studies, 2019
In this article, I discuss the application of an augmented theory of successful intelligence to identification, teaching, and assessment of the gifted in STEM disciplines. The theory holds that giftedness in STEM (as well as in other fields) can be understood in terms of an integration of creative, analytical, practical, and wisdom-based skills.…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, STEM Education, Gifted, Intelligence
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Zeidner, Moshe; Stoeger, Heidrun – High Ability Studies, 2019
This introductory paper to the special issue of "High Ability Studies" aims to provide a "guide for the perplexed" relating to self-regulated learning (SRL) theory, research, and applications. We begin by defining SRL and its key cyclical stages and criterial attributes. We move on to discuss a number of motivational and…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Learning Strategies, Learning Motivation, Teaching Methods
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Ziegler, Albert; Stoeger, Heidrun – High Ability Studies, 2019
Regulatory processes are pervasive on many levels in talent development, yet neither a systematic analysis of their role in talent development let alone a comprehensive model have been presented to date. The aim of this article is to demonstrate the diversity and complexity of regulatory processes in talent development and to provide a conceptual…
Descriptors: Talent Development, Independent Study, Self Control, Learning Processes
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Miller, Scott D.; Chow, Daryl; Wampold, Bruce; Hubble, Mark A. – High Ability Studies, 2019
In recent years, McNamara, and associates Hambrick and Oswald, conducted and published studies which purportedly showed deliberate practice exerts less powerful main effects than presented and popularized in the press, public discourse, and professional circles. Their central aim seemed to be one of correcting a particular misperception, as they…
Descriptors: Performance Factors, Time on Task, Expertise, Repetition
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Gonida, Eleftheria N.; Karabenick, Stuart A.; Stamovlasis, Dimitrios; Metallidou, Panayiota; Greece, the CTY – High Ability Studies, 2019
Seeking help as an important self-regulated learning strategy has been consistently associated with student motivation. Despite the extensive body of research on typically achieving students, no studies have included help seeking in the literature on talented children. The present study explored the help-seeking intentions and beliefs and…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Goal Orientation, Metacognition, Learning Strategies
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Efklides, Anastasia – High Ability Studies, 2019
Self-regulated learning (SRL) is crucial for the development of gifted students' cognitive potential and their well-being. Research on SRL in giftedness is limited but shows that interventions on strategy use can benefit both high and low achieving gifted students. However, following the Metacognitive and Affective model of SRL (MASRL),…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Student Characteristics, Metacognition, Student Motivation
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Freedberg, Suzanne; Bondie, Rhonda; Zusho, Akane; Allison, Courtney – High Ability Studies, 2019
The overall purpose of this study was to better understand how US math and science teachers perceived and supported the learning of high-ability students in inclusive, urban general education classrooms. Specifically, drawing on the literature on self-regulated learning (SRL), this study explored to what extent teachers (N = 58): (1) perceived…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Science Teachers, Mathematics Instruction, Science Instruction
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Ben-Eliyahu, Adar – High Ability Studies, 2019
The situated nature of self-regulated learning (SRL) was investigated across two studies with gifted students. In Study 1, profile-centered analyses of academic cognitive-behavioral SRL revealed three groups of gifted undergraduate students (N=149): high regulated, regulated, and behaviorally dysregulated. In comparing gifted group profiles with…
Descriptors: Gifted, Metacognition, Learning Strategies, Correlation
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Miller, Chyna J.; Bernacki, Matthew L. – High Ability Studies, 2019
The ability to self-regulate learning (SRL) is a skill theorized to transfer across learning environments. Students with this ability can consider a learning task, identify a goal, develop a plan to achieve it, execute that plan, and monitor and adapt learning until the goal is met. This paper examines the educational implications of developing…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Mathematics Achievement, Metacognition, Learning Strategies
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Kaplan, Avi; Neuber, Amanda; Garner, Joanna K. – High Ability Studies, 2019
In this paper, we consider the theoretical implications of having high ability and being labeled as highly able to engagement in self-regulated learning. We frame this theoretical explication with the Dynamic Systems Model of Role Identity (DSMRI). The DSMRI depicts self-regulated learning as emerging from a complex dynamic system that integrates…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Metacognition, Learning Strategies, Epistemology
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Dunn, Kristy; Georgiou, George K.; Das, J. P. – High Ability Studies, 2018
Although the role of cognitive processes, such as planning, attention, simultaneous, and successive (PASS) processing in reading ability has been examined in samples of typically developing children and children with reading difficulties, it remains unclear if these processes also contribute to superior reading performance. Thus, in this study we…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Reading Processes, Reading Achievement, High Achievement
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Mendes, Felipe G.; Nascimento, Juarez V.; Souza, Edison R.; Collet, Carine; Milistetd, Michel; Côté, Jean; Carvalho, Humberto M. – High Ability Studies, 2018
The patterns of cumulated structured volleyball practice and other structured sports activities of elite adult Brazilian players, considering age of specialization in volleyball and achievement of international competition representing the national team, were examined using Bayesian multilevel models. Elite volleyball players (n = 78) with an…
Descriptors: Bayesian Statistics, Team Sports, Foreign Countries, Adults
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Gubbels, Joyce; Segers, Eliane; Verhoeven, Ludo – High Ability Studies, 2018
Intellectual abilities are consistently found to be associated to child functioning. To date, however, it is unclear how varying intellectual profiles relate to differential aspects of child functioning. We screened 513 fifth-grade children on their intellectual abilities and selected three groups of gifted children, scoring in the top 10%:…
Descriptors: Cognitive Ability, Short Term Memory, Verbal Ability, Self Concept
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