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A Study of Effects of Creativity·Personality Education on Science Related Attitudes and Science Process Skills in Elementary School Students
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A Study of Effects of Creativity·Personality Education on Science Related Attitudes and Science Process Skills in Elementary School Students
Yoo, Pyung-Kil; KANG, Beodeul;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate effects of creative personality education on elementary school students' science-related attitudes and science process skills. The experimental group was composed of 301 students Y Elementary school managing Creativity Personality Model School and the comparative group was composed of 231 students G elementary school in G city, Gyungsangnamdo. Before carrying out the study, both groups took the preliminary examination about their science-related attitudes and science process skills. After three months, the experiment group and the comparison group took the post examinations to compare and analyze the results. The results were as follows. Firstly, the averages of science-related attitudes for whole students, and boy students in experimental group statistically meaningfully higher than that of comparative groups, but made no difference for girl students. Secondary, in the case of science process skills, the averages of science-related attitudes for whole students including boy and girl students in experimental group statistically meaningfully higher than that of comparative groups. In light of these, it was thought that creative personality education positively effected on science-related attitude and science process skills.
 Keywords
Creative.personality education;Science-related attitudes;Science process skills;
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Korean
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