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RIBEIRO, Neyse de Carvalho; LACERDA, Thiago Correa  and  SOARES, Ivani da Silva. High skills: Indicatives on logical intelligence-mathematics in computational thinking. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2023, vol.40, n.121, pp.38-45. ISSN 0103-8486.

According to the World Health Organization, it is estimated that 5% of the population has high skills, and this number may be even higher. The present work aims to conduct a research in the area of high skills focusing on logical-mathematical intelligence and creativity in computational thinking. The attendance of this public is still incipient to the extent that the public policies aimed at Special Education are not implemented as they should be. Thus, this is a bibliographical research on this theme, referring to the period from 2015 to 2021. We used as methodology the literature review, through research conducted in the databases Nuevas Ideas en Informática Educativa, Biblioteca Digital de Tese e Dissertação da Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná (UNIOESTE) (in English - Digital Library of Thesis and Dissertation of the State University of Western Paraná - UNIOESTE), Research Society, in the Revista de Informática da Educação, Revista Computação Aplicada, and in Revista Internacional Educon. The results showed the need for research in the field of high skills with a tendency to computational thinking, in order to disseminate knowledge about this theme so that more people with this profile can be identified and assisted so that their potentialities can be developed.

Keywords : High Abilities; Logical Intelligence-Mathematics; Creativity; Computational Thinking.

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