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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, 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 an open access and nonprofit journal, published 4 issues a year. JEGYS holds copyrights for all articles published in the journal.  JEGYS; "Akademik Teşvik" kapsamında olup, ERIH PLUS, Index Copernicus International (ICI), EBSCOeducationsource, DOAJ indekslerinde taranmaktadır. 

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, 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 an open access and nonprofit journal, published 4 issues a year. JEGYS holds copyrights for all articles published in the journal.  JEGYS; "Akademik Teşvik" kapsamında olup, ERIH PLUS, Index Copernicus International (ICI), EBSCOeducationsource, DOAJ indekslerinde taranmaktadır. 

Volume 8 - Issue 4 - Dec 15, 2020
  1. Female top performers in higher education STEM and humanities: socio-emotional perceptions and digital learning-related characteristics during COVID-19
    Pages 1373 - 1385
    Albert ZİEGLER, Svenja BEDENLİER, Michaela GLÄSER - ZİKUDA, Bärbel KOPP, Marion HÄNDEL
  2. Comparison of gifted and non-gifted students’ executive functions and high capabilities
    Pages 1397 - 1409
    Alberto ROCHA, Leandro ALMEİ̇DA, Ramón PERALES
  3. Empowering of the teacher’s identity crisis for supporting quality young gifted education
    Pages 1427 - 1438
    Imam MUSLİMİN
  4. Moving from sandwich to human body: introducing the concept of embodiment to the field of gifted education
    Pages 1523 - 1533
    Sarah AWAD, Wilma VİALLE, Albert ZİEGLER
  5. Life satisfaction for gifted adults: Its relation to gender, age, religiosity, and income
    Pages 1631 - 1641
    Hiam KATANANİ̇
  6. Enhancing Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) skills of gifted students through an enrichment program challenges and opportunities
    Pages 1645 - 1663
    Malak ALABDULLATİF
  7. Biology reading literacy: measurement and empowerment through circ learning model
    Pages 1305 - 1318
    Rizhal RİSTANTO, Ericka DARMAWAN
  8. Improving students’ environmental care character through Positive Character Camp (PCC) program
    Pages 1329 - 1343
    Ease ARENT, Sumarmi SUMARMİ, Dwiyono Hari UTOMO, I RUJA
  9. Insights into the integration of environmental education in the senior phase
    Pages 1411 - 1425
    Lettah SİKHOSANA, Awelani V MUDAU, Sıkhulıle Bongınkosı MSEZANE
  10. The folklore-based comic to increase Students’ motivation in physics learning
    Pages 1471 - 1482
    Haerul PATHONİ, Alrizal ALRİZAL, Syasmita FEBRİYANTİ
  11. The instructional design of ethnoscience-based inquiry learning for scientific explanation about Taxus sumatrana as cancer medication
    Pages 1493 - 1507
    Sudarmin SUDARMİN, Skunda DİLİAROSTA, Rr. Sri Endang PUJİASTUTİ, Sri JUMİNİ, Agung TRİ PRASETYA
  12. The effect of PjBL plus 4Cs learning model on critical thinking skills
    Pages 1509 - 1521
    Dwi EFENDİ, Sumarmi SUMARMİ, Dwiyono Hari UTOMO
  13. The acceptance of school counselor in the use of ICT during school from home in the Covid-19 era
    Pages 1569 - 1582
    Husni ABDİLLAH, Punaji SETYOSARI, Blasius LASAN, Muslihati MUSLİHATİ
  14. The use of mobile applications in language teaching: Transition from tradition to easy, fun and daily life
    Pages 1603 - 1617
    Akla AKLA, Budiyono SAPUTRO, Aprijon EFENDİ, Sri WAHYUNİ
  15. Schwartz's model-based instructional design for chemistry education: Effects of high school students’ creativity
    Pages 1547 - 1567
    Tahani ALEBOUS
  16. The development of diagnostic test instrument for mathematical representation ability (PhysDTRA) in high school physics learning
    Pages 1439 - 1455
    Awal Mulia Rejeki TUMANGGOR, Supahar SUPAHAR
  17. Improving elementary students' mathematical reasoning abilities through sociohumanistic-based learning
    Pages 1457 - 1469
    Rosidah HİDAYAT, Wahyudin WAHYUDİN, Jailani JAİLANİ, Bayu Rahmat SETİADİ
  18. The Effect Of Collaborative Problem Solving Strategies And Cognitive Style On Students' Problem Solving Abilities
    Pages 1618 - 1630
    Agus SETİAWAN, İ̇ DEGENG, Cholis SA'DIJAH, Henry PRAHERDHİONO
  19. Measuring mathematics and science teachers’ perception on thinking and acting in 21st-century learning
    Pages 1319 - 1328
    M HAVİZ, Ika MARİS
  20. Exploration of pre-service teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge in mathematics learning in senior high school based on gender and academic skills
    Pages 1361 - 1371
    Marufi MARUFİ, Muhammad ILYAS, Salwah SALWAH, Rio PASANDARAN, Muhammad IKRAM
  21. A systematic review of self-efficacy studies among university students as pre-service teachers in science education
    Pages 1387 - 1396
    Nadi SUPRAPTO
  22. Student’s perceptions of Arabic online learning during COVID-19 emergency
    Pages 1483 - 1492
    Urıl BAHRUDDİN, Sucı RAMADHANTI FEBRIANI
  23. Science teacher’ leadership styles and competencies from the perspective of high school students: A path analysis study
    Pages 1535 - 1545
    Subandi SUBANDİ, Ahmadi AHMADI, Amiruddin AMIRUDDIN, Mispani MISPANI, Eti HADIYATI, Antomi SAREGAR
  24. The steps of the Engineering Design Process (EDP) in science education: A systematic literature review
    Pages 1345 - 1360
    Nanang WİNARNO, Dadi RUSDİ̇ANA, Achmad SAMSUDİN, Eko SUSİLOWATİ, Nur AHMAD, Ratih Mega Ayu AFİFAH
  25. Revising of the Integrating Scientific Literacy Skills Scale (ISLS) with Rasch Model Analysis
    Pages 1583 - 1602
    Purwo SUSONGKO, Mobinta KUSUMA, Yuni ARFİANİ, Achmad SAMSUDİN, Adam AMINUDIN
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