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A Study of Relation between Creative Cognition and Technological Creative Production of Junior High School Students.
technological creative production
technological creativity tendency
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relation between creative cognition and technological creative production of junior high school students. The participants of this study were 172 seventh grade junior high school students in Taipei City and Taipei County. The instruments of this study were “Williams Creative Thinking Test”, “Scale of Technological Creativity Tendency”, “Technological Creative Production Test”, and “Scale of Creative Cognition” which was developed by the researcher. All the data obtained in the survey were statistically analyzed by the descriptive statistics, one-way ANOVA, and canonical correlation. The findings of the research were summarized below: 1. Statistically significant differences were found in the mean scores of creative cognition and technological creative production between male and female participants. The results indicated that males performed better in association and synthesis of creative cognition, functional design of technological production, and had higher tendency towards challenge. Females performed better in delicacy of technological production than males. 2. Significant differences in the mean scores of creative cognition, especially in association and synthesis, exited between students of higher and lower divergent thinking scores. 3. There were significant differences in the mean scores of creative cognition between students of higher and lower technological creativity tendency. Students of higher challenge tendency and adventure tendency reported significantly higher creative cognition scores than those of lower challenge tendency and adventure tendency. In addition, those students of higher curiosity tendency performed better in delicacy of technological production than those of lower curiosity tendency. 4. There was no canonical correlation between creative cognition and technological creativity. The reason could be caused by plagiarizing and lacking of creative production ability. Finally, some suggestions were proposed for teachers, relative educational institutions and further study.
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