Usama Mohamed Ibrahim

Usama Mohamed Ibrahim
Sohag University · Educational Psychology

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Introduction
My current research includes: Gifted program evaluation, learning outcomes, epistemological beliefs, and implicit theories of giftedness, intelligence, creativity, and artificial intelligence in education

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This study aimed at developing a scale of behavioral characteristics of kindergarten-gifted children to be used in nominating children for gifted programs in Saudi Arabia. To achieve this goal, a blueprint of the scale was developed based on pertinent literature of the behavioral characteristics of gifted children. The blueprint of the scale was su...
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After passing 3 to 5 years of attending summer enrichment programs, twenty one undergraduate Saudi gifted students from scientific faculties were interviewed to investigate their prior experiences in gifted programs and how they perceive the impact of these experiences on them. Interview questions probed the types of experiences they remembered and...
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This study aimed at exploring developing dimensions of thinking based on wisdom of university students in Arabian Gulf countries. The effects of gender, age, and environment were examined. The blueprint of the Wisdom Development Scale (WDS; Brown & Greene, 2006) was submitted to a jury of specialists in the field of educational psychology to decide...
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This study explored the assumptions underlying gifted identification process in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A 30-item questionnaire reflecting a combination of the major procedures of identification of gifted students was created. The factor analysis on the questionnaire appeared five factors: Continuous assessment, Restricted assessment, Multiple ass...
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The purpose of this study was to explore teachers' biases that occur in nominating students for gifted programs in Saudi Arabia. The study also tried to explore the implicit theories that teachers adopt about giftedness, intelligence, creativity and personality, and the degree to which these implicit theories can predict teachers' nominations. The...
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The current study examined the epistemological beliefs of gifted EFL students compared to non-gifted ones at the Saudi Arabian context. More specifically, the study investigated how far epistemological beliefs can be potential predictors of gifted EFL students' goal orientation, cognitive engagement, perceived linguistic competence and achievement....

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