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A Study of Children’s Creativity Evaluation System by On-line Games
Although there are many different ways to measure a child’s creativity, we usually take a psychometric method in a quantificational research. But some how, such measuring tool, like written test, may not be quite suitable for every particular case. Compared with this fact, we have notice on-line games are highly acceptable to children; even a game-based test is quite well accepted. So, in terms of children’s creativity measurement, there might be a possible way to develop a creativity evaluation system by using on-line games. Accordingly, the purpose of this study is to construct an on-line game-based creativity assessment system. After the experiments, we have made a comparison between a game-based achievement and a traditional creativity test’s achievement, in order to prove the two measuring tools reached a statistical related agreement. The quasi-experimental design was used to experiment on three classes of the forth graders in WUXING Elementary School in Taipei city, among which are 80 students in all. Before experiment, we adopted the William’s Creative Thinking Test and the William’s Creative Tendency Test to get children’s creativity achievement in advance; after deleting bad samples, 60 samples were used for data analysis of Pearson product-moment correlation to compare with our game-based creativity achievement. Conclusions of this research are as follows: 1.In the test of divergent thinking, Fluency, Flexibility, and Elaboration are displayed positive correlation; Originality displays no correlation. 2.In the test of divergent feeling, Curiosity, Imagination, Complexity, and Risk-taking are presented positive correlation. In consequence of the result, we may say that the on-line game-based creativity accessment system does provide a possible and available way to measure children’s creativity.
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