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Educ. Sci., Volume 10, Issue 10 (October 2020) – 34 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Statistics show that nearly 60% of all gifted students are not actualising their potential. [...] Read more. Statistics show that nearly 60% of all gifted students are not actualising their potential. Disengagement is a complex issue with no one root cause; however, when students are actively engaged in their learning, they learn more effectively. Talent actualisation is not guaranteed just because a student is gifted. This conceptual article provides a new lens through which to explore (re)engagement opportunities for gifted students by conceptualising the interrelationship between: 1) four engagement dimensions—behavioural, affective, social and cognitive; 2) Neihart and Betts’ six gifted profiles; and 3) pedagogical approaches aimed at (re)engagement. The authors’ focus on proposing new conceptualisations of these three interdependent constructs through a framework titled the (Re) Engagement Nexus Model. View this paper