A comparative study british and thai undergraduates in torrance test of creative thinkingPresentation Transcript
A Comparative study B ritish andThai undergraduates in Torrance Test of Creative Thinking Fisik Sean Buakanok, Faculty of Education , T hailand
Introduction Childs creativity can be either strongly encouraged or discouraged by early experiences at home and in school (Einon D 2002).
physical lyemotionall mentally y socially
Research Question Asian teenager who have strict culture to obey the elders would be creative thinking lower than the western teenagers who high flexibility or not?
A Comparative study British and Thai undergraduatesin Torrance Test of Creative Thinking Western Asian Einon D, (2002). Runco, Mark A.& Robert S. Albert, (2004). S.R. Smith & L. Handler, (2007). Taylor & Francis, (2004).
Procedure of Study The Torrance Test of Creative Test Thinking Research Instruments. Fluency Elaboration Flexibility Originality Torrance(1974)
Sample of the study 25 students, Faculty of Computer science, Rajamangala University, Thailand 25 students, Faculty of Computer science, University of Hertfordshire, UK.
Research Instruments The Torrance Test of Creative Thinking-Figural. (TTCT- Figural), the TTCT Verbal-Figural is formally titled “Thinking Creatively with Pictures” It consists of three activities; Picture Construction, Picture Completion, and Repeated Figures of Lines or Circles. Ten minutes are required to complete each activity.
Results 90 80 70 60 50 Asian 40 Western 30 20 10 0 Fluency Flexibility Originality Elaboration The creativity results compared between Asia and Western showed that the Western’s mean scores of Fluency, Flexibility, Originality, and Elaboration were higher than Asia’s mean scores at the statistic significant of level .05.
conclusion The findings of this research tend to shown a difference on the fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration. Thus, it can be concluded that the learning environment between Asia and western can be the main aspects of creative thinking. This section will discuss which effective on the two places above, considering the present approaches and the results of the studies.
Discussion confront a problem Western Western Asian Thai Elaboration Fluency Matt Armstrong, 2008
Discussion Queue when waiting Western Thai Elaboration
Discussion How to Express Anger Western Thai Originality
Discussion punctuality Western Thai Elaboration
Discussion Sense of self Western Thai Originality Fluency
Discussion Status of Leader Western Thai Flexibility
Discussion Weekend Activities Western Thai Originality Flexibility Matt Armstrong, 2008
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