Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
The Influence of Creative Thinking Teaching Applied to Multi-media Computer Aided Curriculums of Living Technology on Students’ Learning Effectiveness
Creative Thinking Teaching
Multi-media Computer Aided Curriculum
Abstract The destination of the research is to detect the influence of Creative Thinking Teaching applied to Multi-media Computer Aided Curriculums of Living Technology on students』 creative thinking ability、creative problem solving ability、and product design and manufacturing ability. And analyze if students』 academic performance affects the up-mentioned ability. This research adopts the 「nonequivalent pretest–posttest control group design「 in quasi-experiment design. The subjects of this research are the 1st grade students of Hsin Chu Municipal Chen-Te Senior High School in school year 2005. Two classes were picked up randomly. One is experimental group studying the curriculums design of creative thinking teaching and the other one is control group taught by conventional teaching method. The experimental teaching applied on experimental group lasted for 10 weeks and the conventional teaching applied on control group lasted for 7 weeks. Several tools were used to verify the learning results、which are the test of graphic and language creative thinking ability、the test of creative problem-solving ability、and the self-developed questionnaire of satisfaction investigation. The differences of each ability score were analyzed by two-way multivariate analysis of covariance and one-way multivariate analysis of variance. The findings of the research are: 1. The group students are not better than the control group students in scores of the creative thinking ability in graphic. 2. The experimental group students are not better than the control group students in scores of the creative thinking ability in language. 3. The group students are not better than the control group students in scores of creative problem solving ability. 4. The enhancement effectiveness of the creative thinking ability in language didn’t have significant differences with students』 academic performance. 5. The enhancement effectiveness of the creative thinking ability in graphic didn’t have significant differences with students』 academic performance. 6. The enhancement effectiveness of the creative problem-solving ability didn’t have significant differences with students』 academic performance. 7.The experimental group students are not better than the control group students in checking list scores of product design and manufacturing ability. 8. The reaction of the students of the experimental group about experimental courses was positive and favorable. Key word：Creative Thinking Ability、Multi-media Computer Aided Curriculums、Academic Performance
|Appears in Collections:||學位論文|
Files in This Item:
There are no files associated with this item.
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.