Cilt 15, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 62 - 74 2015-02-27

Gifted Students’ Views About First Stage 
Of The Education Program For The Gifted Students’ 
Bridge With University (Edupgbu)
Some differences in the cognitive domain of gifted students from their peers; learning speed, memory ability (Akarsu, 2004; Ataman, 2004; Feldhusen, 1998; Finley, 2008; Sak, 2010) and self-regulation and planning skills (Finley, 2008; Terman and Oden, 1976; VanTassel-Baska, 1998a). Also, their intrinsic motivation is greater (Gottfried & Gottfried, 1996; Hong, Greene & Hartzell, 2011; Jeltova & Grigorenko, 2005; Lens & Rand, 2000; Phillips & Lindsay, 2006) than their peers. Many educational strategies have been proposed for the education of the gifted students in the world (Renzulli, 1977; Betts, 1986; Rogers, 2002; Kulik, 1992; Maker; 1982; Siegel, 2005; Sak, 2009; Tomlinson et al., 2002; Reis & Renzulli, 1978; Van Tassel-Baska & Wood; 2009; Kaplan, 1986; Feldhusen & Kollof, 1986). In Turkey, gifted education has been one of the academically popular topics (Gokdere, Kucuk & Cepni, 2004; MoE, 2013) especially establishing of Science and Art Centers (SACs) in Turkey (MoE, 2007; Kunt & Tortop; 2013). Besides, Education Program for the Gifted Students -a new program- which was founded in Anadolu University and coordinated by Prof.Dr. Ugur SAK (Sak, 2011). The Education Program for the Gifted Students’ Bridge with University (EPGBU) which was established by Hasan Said Tortop at Bulent Ecevit University at Center for Special Education Research & Application (Tortop, 2013c), and carried out to bring an innovation in gifted education in Turkey

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All over the world, studies related to design of appropriate educational programs for gifted students are continuing. It is also important that these programs should be adapted to developing educational technologies. In Turkey, the structure of the Education Program for the Gifted Students’ Bridge with University (EPGBU) which has been prepared for the education of gifted students in the academic field and determined as the primary educational approach to e-mentoring, is presented EPGBU first stage of teaching process in this article. EPGBU teaching process is consisting of three periods. In this study, students' opinions about the first period of the program have been examined. Gifted students expressed positive opinions about EPGBU. They offered the suggestions for improvement of the program. It can be said that the social validity of EPGBU is high thanks to findings.
Gifted students, e-mentoring, The Education Program for the Gifted Students’ Bridge with University (EPGBU)
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APA TORTO, H . (2015). Gifted Students’ Views About First Stage 
Of The Education Program For The Gifted Students’ 
Bridge With University (Edupgbu). Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 15 (2), 62-74. DOI: 10.17718/tojde.14949
MLA TORTO, H . "Gifted Students’ Views About First Stage 
Of The Education Program For The Gifted Students’ 
Bridge With University (Edupgbu)". Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 15 (2015): 62-74 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/tojde/issue/16892/175947>
Chicago TORTO, H . "Gifted Students’ Views About First Stage 
Of The Education Program For The Gifted Students’ 
Bridge With University (Edupgbu)". Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 15 (2015): 62-74
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