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Year 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, 57 - 74, 30.03.2022

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Exploring the supervision of gifted students in open distance e-learning setting in higher education context: University of South Africa

Year 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, 57 - 74, 30.03.2022

Abstract

The period in which gifted students will reveal their potential is usually during their university education. That's why universities have to offer opportunities and opportunities for gifted students. With the pandemic period, universities have accelerated their development of distance education opportunities. Gifted university students prefer e-mentoring, e-tutoring and e-supervision aspects of distance education. In this research, the e-supervision services offered to gifted university students by the University of South Africa, a university in South Africa, which is an important location in the world's talent development, were examined in detail. In the research, the university entrance data, the information and data of the relevant units of the university, and the programs were discussed. The review study can be said to be an important and pioneering study in terms of raising awareness about e-mentoring-based support of gifted university students in South Africa. In the future, it is recommended to conduct criterion-based quantitative and qualitative research on e-mentoring, e-tutoring and e-supervision applications in the development of gifted talent at the university level.

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  • Piske, F.R.H. (2021). Investigation of Musical Self-Confidence and Motivation of Music Talent Students in Science and Art Centers in Instrument Education. Journal of Gifted Education and Creativity, 8(3), 107- 120.
  • Raghuram, P., & Sondhi, G. (2022). The Entangled Infrastructures of International Student Migration: Lessons from Covid-19 (pages: 167 -185). In: Anna Triandafyllido (editor): Migration and Pandemics Spaces of Solidarity and Spaces of Exception. Springer Nature Switzerland AG: Switzerland.
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Primary Language English
Subjects Education and Educational Research
Published Date March 2022
Journal Section Differentiated Instruction for Gifted
Authors

Vimbi MAHLANGU (Primary Author)
University of South Africa, Department of Educational Leadership and Management
0000-0002-8251-750X
South Africa

Publication Date March 30, 2022
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1

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APA Mahlangu, V. (2022). Exploring the supervision of gifted students in open distance e-learning setting in higher education context: University of South Africa . Journal of Gifted Education and Creativity , 9 (1) , 57-74 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jgedc/issue/68496/1062986

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