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Psicologia da Educação

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REMOLI, Taís Crema et al. Program for the development of creativity for students with and without giftedeness. Psicol. educ. [online]. 2020, n.50, pp.73-83. ISSN 1414-6975.

Although the interest in giftedness has expanded in recent years in Brazil, there is still little identification and work with these people - who are also part of the public assisted by Brazilian special education in accordance with current legislation. Due to the importance of knowing more and promoting educational enrichment to students with such characteristics, extracurricular activities were developed for children with giftedness aiming to promote the development of participants' creativity through foreign language (English) supplementation. However, students without signs of giftedness and with the same characteristics of the first group were invited to participate in the project, totaling 12 participants, six boys and six girls. The work was carried out in a school located in a medium-sized city in the state of São Paulo. Students' creativity was evaluated through the Torrance Test and the English through an evaluation elaborated by the researcher. As results, it was obtained that different measures of creativity were developed in the groups with more significant results for the students without signs of giftedness, revealing the importance of stimulating this ability in all students.

Keywords : Special education; Extracurricular activities; Creativity; Foreign language; Students.

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