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Leonie Kronborg http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7100-2164

Claudia A. Cornejo-Araya https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8054-9487

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Resumen

El presente artículo resume las principales ofertas educativas desarrolladas e implementadas para estudiantes dotados y altamente capaces en Victoria, Australia. Se enfatiza la fuerte influencia que los diferentes gobiernos han tenido en las políticas y lineamientos propuestos para la educación de estos estudiantes. Dentro de la oferta aparecen aquellas basadas en aceleración y agrupación por alta habilidad. Las opciones de aceleración incluyen entrada temprana, aceleración de un nivel y por asignaturas, Programa de Estudios de Educación Universitaria, y Bachillerato Internacional. La agrupación por alta habilidad incluye escuelas secundarias con Programas de Entrada Selectiva y Aprendizaje Acelerado, ingreso selectivo y educación especializada. La identificación de necesidades intelectuales y académicas, y la implementación de estrategias efectivas, están fuertemente ligadas al nivel de conocimiento y actitudes que los profesores tienen hacia ellos. Se discuten las implicancias de la actual oferta educativa para reflexionar y promover mejores lineamientos y más investigación en el área.

Keywords

gifted educational provisions, gifted students, highly capable students, professional developmentoferta educacional para estudiantes dotados, estudiantes dotados, estudiantes altamente capaces, desarrollo profesional

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Kronborg, L., & Cornejo-Araya, C. A. (2018). Ofertas educativas para estudiantes dotados y altamente capaces en escuelas de Victoria, Australia. Universitas Psychologica, 17(5), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy17-5.gepg
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