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|Other Titles:||A Mentorship Program for Two Aboriginal Gifted Students|
Tai-Hwa Emily Lu
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
This study was to explore the interaction between 2 pairs of mentors and aboriginal gifted students. The findings showed that not only the mentors’ professional knowledge had gradual growth but also the students’ abilities were improved. However, the effects on prompt cultural identity were not obvious. In addition, the learning skills and motivations of these aboriginal gifted students were inadequate and needed to be enhanced.
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