Okul Öncesi Dönemde Özel Yetenekli Bir Çocuk Yetiştirmek

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Özet


Okul yılları, özel yetenekli çocukların akademik, sosyal ve duygusal gelişim süreçlerinde çok önemli bir yer tutar. Ancak okul öncesi dönemdeki yaşantı da bir o kadar önemlidir. Özel yetenek tanısı alan çocukların okul öncesi dönemdeki gelişimlerinde en büyük pay da ebeveynlere aittir. Özel yetenekli bir çocuğa sahip olan veya çocuklarının özel yetenekli olduğunu düşünen ebeveynlerin zihinlerinde birçok soru vardır. Bu ebeveynlerin, özel yetenek tanısı almadan önceki, özel yetenek tanısı alma esnasındaki ve özel yetenek tanısı aldıktan sonraki süreçle alakalı bazı önemli soruların cevaplarını bilmeleri, bu süreci daha sağlıklı bir şekilde sürdürmeleri bakımından elzemdir. Bu çalışmada, ebeveynlerin özel yetenekli bir çocuk yetiştirirken dikkat etmeleri gereken önemli noktalar üzerinde durulmaktadır. 


Anahtar Kelimeler


Özel yetenek, ebeveyn, erken çocukluk dönemi, çocuk gelişimi

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47646/CMD.2020.213