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Alencar, E. M. L. S. (2001). Criatividade e educacao de superdotados. Petrópolis, RJ: Vozes.

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  • TITLE: Complexity in Promoting a Teaching to Develop Creativity of Gifted Students: Contributions from Morin and Jung

    AUTHORS: Fernanda Hellen Ribeiro Piske, Tania Stoltz, Ettiène Guérios, Denise de Camargo, Samarah Perszel de Freitas, Carmen Lúcia Dias

    KEYWORDS: Edgar Morin, Carl Jung, Teaching Staff, Gifted Students

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.8 No.6, May 27, 2017

    ABSTRACT: This research aims to contribute to the reflection of the teaching staff about the complexity in attending gifted students. For Jung and Morin complex things are characterized by uncertainty and not as clarity and response. Although not specifically mention gifted students in their works, Jung and Morin highlight the complexity in various contexts. Jung’s analytical psychology and Morin’s complexity theory are important to understand how complex it can be to teach gifted students. For Morin and Jung, the teaching staff has a key role in making their students become independent and investigative individals. So the desire to investigate about the area of interest of the gifted child will depend on how this child is encouraged by their teachers. Advancement during the teaching-learning process does not depend exclusively on the method, but also on making the child aware that he/she can develop individually within a collective education. In the case of the gifted child, the intervention of the teaching staff is fundamental to develop their high abilities through the development of their creativity in the interaction with their peers.