Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Advanced Research in Education, Teaching and Learning
The differences in Probe Thinking Between Gifted and Non-gifted People with Learning Disabilities
Abdulnaser Abdulraheem Fakhrou
The research aimed to study probe thinking among gifted and non-gifted male and female students with learning difficulties, as the probe thinking test was applied to a sample of 80 male and female students with learning difficulties from both boys and girls in government schools, and the research was carried out through an electronic test presented For teachers and parents, as the research results found that there are statistically significant differences between the gifted and the non-gifted with learning difficulties in favor of the gifted, and the research results showed that there are no differences between boys and girls in proactive thinking, and the research recommended attention to stimulating proactive thinking among students through teaching And classroom and extra-curricular activities, the research also recommended discovering and developing students ’talents in a way that stimulates their proactive thinking and making use of that in treating learning difficulties and improving academic achievement.
Keywords: probe Thinking – Students with Learning disabilities – Gifted Students.