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Innovation Method Research for Architectural Design Education with the Creativity Mentoring Program
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 Title & Authors
Innovation Method Research for Architectural Design Education with the Creativity Mentoring Program
Shong, Bokshub; Lee, Soon-Joo;
 
 Abstract
This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of the creativity mentoring program adopted for the architectural design studio. This method was based on the instructional scaffolding theory of Vygotsky's concept and several creativity programs such as SCAMPER, storytelling, pictogram, activity diagram, attribute listing, bug listing method are applied for the experiment group. The 37 first and second grade students were tested in two groups. TTCT(Torrance Test for Creative Thinking) and the expert evaluation were applied as a creativity measuring tool for the students. There were statistically significant improvements between the experimental group and the control group. There were 14.72% of improvement for the first-grade students and 5.80% for second-grade students for TTCT. The mentoring program adopted for architectural design studios was effective increasing the creativity among experimental group in every sub-factors of TTCT in comparison with controled group.
 Keywords
Mentoring Program;Architecture Design Studio;Teaching Method;Creativity of Architectural Design;Creativity development;TTCT;
 Language
Korean
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