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Talent. 2015; 5(2): 133-146


An Investigation of the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Classroom Teachers in theIdentification of Gifted Students

Feyzullah Şahin, Çağlar Çetinkaya.




Abstract

Nomination process is the first stage of the
identification process. The effectiveness and efficiency
in nomination process of teachers
trained and not trained on gifted students
were examined in this study. Static group
comparison or nonequivalent control group
design was used. Teacher rating scale, information
form and Raven's Standard Progressive
Matrices Plus (RSPM+) were used as the data
collection tools. Teachers’ effectiveness and efficiency
ratios in the identification process
were calculated in the data analysis. In identification,
efficiency is ratio of number of gifted
students identified by teachers to number of
students nominated. Effectiveness in identification
is the ratio of the number of gifted students
identified by teacher to number of students
are really gifted. The result showed that
the effectiveness and efficacy of teachers attaining
training are higher than those not
trained.

Key words: teachers, efficiency, effectiveness, identification, gifted students






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