AdaptHAs: Adapting Theme and Activity Selections for a Co-creation Process for High Ability Students

Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 746)

Abstract

High ability or gifted students with difficulties in learning? This is a statement that many people think is incoherent because of the characteristics of these students, but it is more common than we think. One way of helping high ability students to develop their skills and be more motivated about their learning process is to encourage them be more active in creating learning activities through a co-creation process. However, a co-creation process in itself is not enough and so it is important to ensure that the students are the real protagonists by adapting to their characteristics, interests, needs, goals, personalities, multiple intelligences and cognitive styles. This paper presents a theoretical proposal for such an adaptation.

Keywords

Adaptation AHP Co-creation Gifted student High ability student 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Special thanks to IF_UDG2015 program and to project MPCUdG2016 both from Universitat de Girona. To project TIN2014-53082-R financed by Ministerio Español de Ciencia y Educación, and to the BCDS research group (GRCT40) which is part of the Comunicacions i Sistemes Intelligents - CSI consoled group (SGR-1469).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universitat de GironaGirona, CatalunyaSpain

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