Ways of organizing the educational process of academically gifted students in China`s higher education
In the process of identifying capable and academically gifed students in Chinese higher education
institutions and students in secondary comprehensive schools, it is possible to go in several directions:
The ﬁrst of them is the diagnosis of the abilities of students whom we classify as academically gifted.
The second direction in the research of scientists, related to ﬁnding the criteria of giftedness, is based
on three component spheres of personality - cognitive, emotional-eﬀective and psychomotor.
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