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María Teresa González Astudillo
Universidad de Salamanca
España
Biografía
Fernando Sergio Domingues Carlos
Universidad de Salamanca
España
Biografía
Vol. 21 (2015): Los talentos en la educación, Artículos, Páginas 21-32
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/aula2015212132
Aceptado: oct 22, 2015

Resumen

A lo largo de las últimas décadas los investigadores han aportado diferentes aproximaciones de la noción de talento desde diferentes perspectivas diferenciándolo de otros conceptos como superdotado, experto, genio u otros similares. En estas páginas intentaremos describir de forma sucinta las diferentes definiciones que han surgido durante estos últimos años así como dar una muestra de algunos de los indicadores que se considera que caracterizan a los sujetos que poseen algún talento.

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