SHS Web Conf.
Volume 79, 2020International Scientific and Practical Conference “Theory and Practice of Project Management in Education: Horizons and Risks”
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Project Management of School|
|Published online||19 August 2020|
The Development of Self-Regulation in Gifted Adolescents in The Educational Center “Sirius”
Moscow City Teacher Training University, Department of Psychology, Moscow, Russia
2 Moscow City Teacher Training University, Department of Physical Education and Life Safety, Moscow, Russia
3 Educational Center “Sirius”, Educational Foundation “Talent and Success”, Sochi, Russia
4 Academy of Music, Dance, Fine Arts of the Republic of Bulgaria, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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This article presents the results of studying and improving the self-regulation of gifted adolescents. The authors have developed a special program of psychological and pedagogical support for adolescents with literary talents in order to improve their self-regulation. This program was tested at the “Sirius” Educational center for gifted children created by the “Talent and Success” Educational Foundation in Sochi. The authors used V.I. Morosanova’s concept of self-regulation for testing and forming the above-mentioned program. The study results demonstrate an increase in the self-regulation of gifted adolescents, whose main components are as follows: the ability to plan, model, evaluate and adjust mental states and actions to achieve certain goals.
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