V-VI klasių mokinių požiūrio į kūrybingumą, turimų žinių ir sukurtų gaminių pritaikomumą bei vertinimą kiekybinis tyrimas

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
V-VI klasių mokinių požiūrio į kūrybingumą, turimų žinių ir sukurtų gaminių pritaikomumą bei vertinimą kiekybinis tyrimas
Alternative Title:
Attitude of 5th-6th grade students towards creativity, adaptability and assessment of possessed knowledge and created products: quantitative research
In the Journal:
Socialinis ugdymas [Social Education]. 2012, Nr. 19 (30), p. 64-76
Keywords:
LT
Kūrybingumas; Kūrybingumo vertinimas; Kūrybinis mąstymas; Savęs vertinimas; Technologijų pamoka; V-VI klasių mokiniai; Vertinimas.
EN
5-6th form pupils; Assessment; Creative thinking; Creativity; Evaluation; Self evaluation; Self-assessment; Self-esteem evaluation; Technology class; Technology lesson.
Summary / Abstract:

ENAim of research is to reveal attitude of 5th-6th grade students towards creativity adaptability and assessment of possessed knowledge and created products. The sample of the research: 890 respondents. It includes an equal number of 5th and 6th grade students. The distribution of the respondents in the survey is unequal (58 percent of boys and 42 percent of girls). Research methods: literature and document analysis, questionnaire survey of 5th-6th grade students. The data was processed using Microsoft office Excel (2003) software. The results revealed that just slightly more than half of the respondents would like to live in the Republic of Lithuania, which shows that they do not trust in the country created by adults as well as in adults' creative thinking. Two-fifths of the respondents would prefer a foreign country for their self-realization. The data of the survey show that the respondents think that they are more independent than creative. The 5th-6th grade students point out that they take on interesting activities or assignments very enthusiastically and willingly. The participants in the survey are proud of themselves, their own activities, classroom technology achievements. The positive attitude of school students towards the-self is particularly formed during technology lessons.According to 5th-6th grade students, artists (sculptors, painters and others), technology and art teachers are the most creative people, whereas the last creative ones include sales assistants, neighbours, doctors and businessmen. The creativity of their parents was assessed twice as high as that of other adults, friends or themselves. The respondents believe that their best friend is much more creative than themselves and other friends. This may be one of the reasons for closer friendship. [From the publication]

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1392-9569; 2351-6011
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