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Dec. 2018
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Paper Title :
The Effect of Entrepreneurial Gifted Students’ Self-Directed Learning Ability on their Creativity and the Factors of Self-Directed Learning ability which distinguish High Creative Entrepreneurial Gifted Students from Counterpart

Author :Min-Seo Park, Min-Jung Baek, Jeong-Hui Han, Eun-Jin Yoon

Article Citation :Min-Seo Park ,Min-Jung Baek ,Jeong-Hui Han ,Eun-Jin Yoon , (2018 ) " The Effect of Entrepreneurial Gifted Students’ Self-Directed Learning Ability on their Creativity and the Factors of Self-Directed Learning ability which distinguish High Creative Entrepreneurial Gifted Students from Counterpart " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 55-59, Volume-4,Issue-8

Abstract : This research has an aim to investigate how entrepreneurial gifted students’ self-directed learning affects their creativity and which sub-factors of self-directed learning distinguish between high creative entrepreneurial gifted students and low creative entrepreneurs. For this study, we chose 223 entrepreneurial gifted students who are being educated in KAIST and POSTECH as subjects of the research and used multiple regression analysis, t-test for independent samples and logistic regression analysis with SPSS 24.0. We found out some features of this research. First finding is that creativity was positively affected by the entrepreneurial gifted students’ self-directed learning. Also, self-directed learning ability of high creative entrepreneurial gifted students is higher than that of low creative entrepreneurial gifted students. In addition this, sub-factors which distinguish between high and low creative entrepreneurial gifted students are as below: (1) Family and environmental supports (2) Metacognitive ability (3) Self-leading learning ability. This research suggests educational implications by investigating the effects of the entrepreneurial gifted students’ self-directed learning through empirical research methods. Keywords: Entrepreneurial gifted students, Entrepreneurial gifted students Education, Self-Directed Learning, Creativity

Type : Research paper

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