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Pegem Journal of Education and Instruction
Creativity and creative problem-solving are seen as the most important components of education today. This situation reveals the need to identify students' creative problem-solving characteristics. This study, it was aimed to examine the creative problemsolving characteristics of gifted and non-gifted students in terms of giftedness diagnosis, gender, and grade level variables. The research used the descriptive research model and causal comparison design, which are among the scanning models.doi:10.47750/pegegog.12.02.03 fatcat:3mqp2t5b25debig34nt42ou6pu