CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Inclusive Education & Understanding Children With Special Needs-Special Child With Talent Revision (Page 2 of 4)

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Other Specific Characteristics of Gifted or Talented Children Creative Thinking

  • Independent thinker
  • Speak and write and focus on new and original ideas
  • Problem solvers
  • Humorous
  • Creative and inventors
  • Accept challenges
  • Improve their faults
  • Try to do something different and special from others

General Intellectual Ability

  • Has abstract thinking
  • Interprets in a complex manner
  • Observes things around
  • Eager to implement new ideas
  • Makes hypothesis and tests it
  • Has high grasping capability
  • Enjoys learning new words
  • Curious to know new things
  • Initiator

Psychomotor

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Creative and Talented Characteristics

Though both these words satisfy different meanings, they are convulsed at a single point that they are gifted which is exhibited in their performance or abilities while they do work.

1. General Intellectual Ability or Talent: This talent is generally recognized by high and good grades in school academics obtained by the students, by the teachers and parents. More precisely, those students who have high level of memory, vocabulary, grasping power, curiosity to learn new things, high

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