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Development of Teaching Strategy Using Inter-Disciplinary Analogy to Enhance Students` Creative Problem Solving Skills and Examination of Its Effectiveness (II)
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Development of Teaching Strategy Using Inter-Disciplinary Analogy to Enhance Students` Creative Problem Solving Skills and Examination of Its Effectiveness (II)
Bang, Dam-I; Kang, Soon-Hee;
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 Abstract
The purposes of this study were to develop teaching strategy enhancing creative problem solving skills and to examine the instructional influences on studints` creative thinking skills, critical thinking skills, creative personality and academic self-regulation. In this study, a model using inter-disciplinary analogies(PDCA model) was designed and applied to the existing `Teaching model for the enhancement of the creative problem solving skills`. And it was implemented to preservice science teachers for the one semester. Results indicated that the experimental group presented statistically meaningful improvement in creative thinking skills, especially in the originality of identifying a problem, making hypothesis, and controlling variables (p<.05). In addition, the strategy contributed to improving critical thinking skills, especially in inquiry process of recognizing problems, making hypothesis, interpreting and transforming of data (p<.05). This strategy also helped students` academic self-regulation (p<.05). But there was no significant improvement in creative personality(p<.05).
 Keywords
Inter-disciplinary analogy;Creative problem solving skills;Creative thinking skill;Critical thinking skill;Academic self-regulation;
 Language
Korean
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