This paper pretends to establish a profile of competences for teachers, using the perception of gifted students enrolled in a talent program at a University. A qualitative methodology and a retrospective documentation strategy are used. The results suggest that students profoundly assess the education they receive, including pedagogical aspects such as flexibility, rhythm and integration of theory and practice. The perceptions of students, which are rarely included in discussions on teaching, allow us to rethink and shape a profile of competences for teachers assigned to gifted students in order to be pedagogically effective.
|Original language||American English|
|Number of pages||19|
|State||Published - 1 Jan 2013|
- Gifted students
- Pedagogical practice
- Students' perceptions of teaching
- Teachers' profile