A Cross-Cultural Study of Gifted Students' Scientific, Societal, and Moral Questions Concerning Science

@article{Tirri2012ACS,
  title={A Cross-Cultural Study of Gifted Students' Scientific, Societal, and Moral Questions Concerning Science},
  author={Kirsi Tirri and Sakari Tolppanen and M. Aksela and E. Kuusisto},
  journal={Education Research International},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012},
  pages={1-7}
}
This study investigated the number and nature of gifted female and male students' scientific, societal, and moral questions concerning science. The participants ( 𝑁 = 6 5 8 ) of this study were 16–19-year-old international students from 55 countries and two continents, Asia and Europe. They applied to participate in the Millennium Youth Camp held in 2011 in Finland. The students came from scientifically and mathematically oriented schools, and they had shown an interest towards science through… Expand
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