Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists
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e-ISSN 2149-360X | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2013 | Publisher Genç Bilge Yayıncılık | http://jegys.org/


Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists (JEGYS) covers issues such as differentiated instruction in mathematics, science and social sciences for gifted students, education and training of the young scientist, giftedness, gifted education, scientific creativity, educational policy on science and math education for gifted students, the teaching of the history and philosophy of science, STEM education for gifted, teaching techniques and activities in the education of the gifted young scientist, is a scientific and academic journal. JEGYS aims to be a scientific media sharing scientific research, practices, theories and ideas about gifted education and education of the gifted young scientists. The JEGYS is an international refereed scientific journal which publishes review and research article, teaching techniques and activities for the education of the gifted young scientist, book reviews and interviews in English. Submitted articles are evaluated in a double-blinded peer-reviewed fashion. The JEGYS is open access and a nonprofit journal published 4 issues a year. JEGYS holds copyrights for all articles published in the journal. 


Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists

e-ISSN 2149-360X | Period Quarterly | Founded: 2013 | Publisher Genç Bilge Yayıncılık | http://jegys.org/
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Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists (JEGYS) covers issues such as differentiated instruction in mathematics, science and social sciences for gifted students, education and training of the young scientist, giftedness, gifted education, scientific creativity, educational policy on science and math education for gifted students, the teaching of the history and philosophy of science, STEM education for gifted, teaching techniques and activities in the education of the gifted young scientist, is a scientific and academic journal. JEGYS aims to be a scientific media sharing scientific research, practices, theories and ideas about gifted education and education of the gifted young scientists. The JEGYS is an international refereed scientific journal which publishes review and research article, teaching techniques and activities for the education of the gifted young scientist, book reviews and interviews in English. Submitted articles are evaluated in a double-blinded peer-reviewed fashion. The JEGYS is open access and a nonprofit journal published 4 issues a year. JEGYS holds copyrights for all articles published in the journal. 


Volume 9 - Issue 1 - Mar 15, 2021
  1. New era for the JEGYS
    Pages 1 - 1
    Hasan Said TORTOP
  2. Gifted and talented students in sports in the Slovenian primary school system
    Pages 27 - 36
    Mojca KUKANJA GABRIJELCIC, Tadeja VOLMUT, Nıka RAJOVEC
  3. Problems, transformations, application examples and detections for gifted students in the Polish education system in the Covid-19 process
    Pages 37 - 45
    Cem ERDEM
  4. Effects of learning style based differentiated activities on gifted students’ creativity
    Pages 47 - 56
    Serkan DEMİR
  5. Learning style and motivation: gifted young students in meaningful learning
    Pages 57 - 66
    Zubaedi ZUBAEDİ, Alfauzan AMİN, Asiyah ASİYAH, Suhirman SUHİRMAN, Alimni ALİMNİ, Aam AMALİYAH, Dwi AGUS KURNİAWAN
  6. The effects of birth order and family size on academic achievement, divergent thinking, and problem finding among gifted students
    Pages 67 - 73
    Aseel ALSALEH, Ahmed ABDULLA ALABBASİ, Alaa Eldin AYOUB, Amnah HAFSYAN
  7. Effect of science camp for enhancing STEM skills of gifted young scientists
    Pages 15 - 26
    Azizah MOHD ZAHIDI, Ong SY ING, Rolinda YUSOF, Suganty KANAPATHY, Md Jaıs ISMAIL, Huay Woon YOU
  8. The place of interdisciplinary relationships in science projects of the gifted students in Turkey
    Pages 1 - 14
    Ramazan ÇEKEN
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