Literature Study Social Competence of Gifted Intelligent Students
Keywords:Gifted intelligent students, social competence, social support
AbstractThis study is aimed at reviewing literatures about social competence of gifted intelligent students. Method applied here is literature study. Some source literatures include 1) abstract of research result, 2) journal review, and 3) references books. Data analysis method is in the form of comparison analysis between theories and meta analysis. Some theories and research findings stated that one of the most difficult individual development task is behaving effectively in any social situation. Social competence is very important for students psychosocial development including gifted intelligent students. Based on literature study, social competence closely related with social support. The source of social support in this study is teachers and peer students. In conclusion, according to the review of literature study, social competence development of gifted intelligent students closely related with their social support. However, the relation of sucial support and social competence development of gifted intelligent students is still further researched through future study.
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