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In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.

Uğur Sak.

Abstract
Policies related to the education of gifted children in the field of arts did not work anymore, an important claim that should be investigated in detail.

Key words: The second study carried out by Abu, Akkanat and Gökdere presents findings on perceptions of teachers about the education of gifted stu-dents in regular classrooms. They found that teachers did not believe a necessity for differen-tiation in the education of gifted students in the regular classroom.


 
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Uğur Sak. In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. Talent. 2017; 7(2): 64-.


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Uğur Sak. In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. https://www.talentjournal.net/?mno=52789 [Access: April 05, 2022].


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Uğur Sak. In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. Talent. 2017; 7(2): 64-.



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Uğur Sak. In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. Talent. (2017), [cited April 05, 2022]; 7(2): 64-.



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Uğur Sak (2017) In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. Talent, 7 (2), 64-.



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Uğur Sak. 2017. In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. Talent, 7 (2), 64-.



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Uğur Sak. "In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.." Talent 7 (2017), 64-.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Uğur Sak. "In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.." Talent 7.2 (2017), 64-. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Uğur Sak (2017) In the first study, Levent and Çelik interviewed eminent artists about supports provided by the State for gifted students in the arts. They stated that the State no longer supports the education of gifted students in the arts.. Talent, 7 (2), 64-.