Creative Education

Volume 8, Issue 4 (April 2017)

ISSN Print: 2151-4755   ISSN Online: 2151-4771

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Creation Process during Learning of Gifted Students: Contributions from Jean Piaget

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DOI: 10.4236/ce.2017.84039    1,309 Downloads   2,229 Views  Citations


This research aims to highlight the importance of Creativity in education of gifted students. Recent education focuses exclusively on the development of intellectuality; it starts at an earlier age and stimulates mainly rational thinking, sometimes leaving aside other important dimensions. For gifted children, this fact can mean the desire to escape from school for not having reason to attend it. According to Piaget’s theory, the process of creation and of new discoveries is being driven by affection. The creation itself is the result of the interaction and balance between assimilation and accommodation, thus representing a new adaptation, which integrates the affective and cognitive aspect. The process of imagination, creation, invention toward new discoveries depends on how the school performs the necessary referrals for a stimulating environment of creativity. In this sense, we should always rely on the support of a team of professionals prepared to offer a quality education that aims a full human development.

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Piske, F. , Stoltz, T. , Camargo, D. , Vestena, C. , Machado, J. , de Freitas, S. , Dias, C. and Taucei, J. (2017) Creation Process during Learning of Gifted Students: Contributions from Jean Piaget. Creative Education, 8, 505-513. doi: 10.4236/ce.2017.84039.

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