Year 2020, Volume 8 , Issue 3, Pages 1275 - 1290 2020-09-15

Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study

Dimitrios PAPADOPOULOS [1]


Socio-emotional learning (SEL) and mental health preventive programs are very popular internationally; however, there is limited research evaluating their effects on gifted children. This study aimed to design a SEL-focused preventive program for gifted preschoolers and assess its effects on variables related to personal and character strengths. In addition, the relative differential impact of the program on both genders was explored. The study used an experimental design, with repeated pretest–post-test measures and a control group. A total of 120 gifted students aged 5-6 years were recruited and randomly assigned to the intervention (n = 60) and control (n = 60) groups. To measure the dependent variables, two assessment instruments were administered before and after the program. The experimental group joined a 12 one-hour lesson program based on SEL principles and used cognitive-behavior strategies. At the baseline, no significant difference between the groups in terms of self-esteem and self-perceptions (p > 0.005) were observed, except for peer relations self-perception (p = 0.028). The results revealed that the program was effective in increasing students’ self-esteem and self-perception scores; moreover, the analysis showed a significant group-by-time interaction effect in the assessed variables (p < 0.005). Regardless of the impact of the program on both genders, the change was very similar; however, the boys showed higher scores than the girls across most variables. This program significantly improved all taught skills, corroborating the findings of other studies, which support that SEL can improve children’s self-esteem. The strengths and limitations of this study and the importance of implementing prevention programs to promote socio-emotional development are also discussed.
gifted children, social-emotional learning, self-esteem, self-perception, preventive programs, gifted kindergarten students, Psychological development of the gifted
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Primary Language en
Subjects Education and Educational Research, Psychology
Published Date September 2020
Journal Section Gifted Education
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-4835-3107
Author: Dimitrios PAPADOPOULOS (Primary Author)
Institution: University of Crete
Country: Greece


Supporting Institution University of Crete
Thanks I would like to thank all gifted children and their parents, as well as their teachers; without their generous support, this study would not have been possible. Furthermore, I would like to thank Assoc. Professor Maria Mutafova for motivating me to conduct this research.
Dates

Publication Date : September 15, 2020

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APA Papadopoulos, D . (2020). Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study . Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists , 8 (3) , 1275-1290 . DOI: 10.17478/jegys.779438
MLA Papadopoulos, D . "Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study" . Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 1275-1290 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jegys/issue/55332/779438>
Chicago Papadopoulos, D . "Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 1275-1290
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ISNAD Papadopoulos, Dimitrios . "Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 / 3 (September 2020): 1275-1290 . https://doi.org/10.17478/jegys.779438
AMA Papadopoulos D . Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study. JEGYS. 2020; 8(3): 1275-1290.
Vancouver Papadopoulos D . Effects of a social-emotional learning-based program on self-esteem and self-perception of gifted kindergarten students: A pilot study. Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists. 2020; 8(3): 1275-1290.