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Rum för kreativitet: Relationen mellan klassrumsklimat, fritidsaktiviteter och kreativitet

Claesson, Anna LU and Svensson, Emil LU (2013) PSPT02 20131
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Studiens syfte var att undersöka elevers upplevelse av kreativt klassrumsklimat och utövande av kreativa fritidsaktiviteter i förhållande till deras resultat på två kreativitetstest, om det finns några könsskillnader i förhållande till dessa variabler samt vilket samband som finns mellan de två testen. Studien innefattar totalt 106 elever i årskurs 6 och 7, varav 53 flickor och 52 pojkar samt en med okänt kön. Eleverna besvarade ett formulär om klassrumsklimat, ett om kreativa fritidsaktiviteter samt genomförde två kreativitetstest: ett verbalt test, vilket bedömdes utifrån Consensual Assessment Technique (CAT), samt ett icke-verbalt test, Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production (TCT-DP). Studien fann att klassrumsklimat kunde... (More)
Studiens syfte var att undersöka elevers upplevelse av kreativt klassrumsklimat och utövande av kreativa fritidsaktiviteter i förhållande till deras resultat på två kreativitetstest, om det finns några könsskillnader i förhållande till dessa variabler samt vilket samband som finns mellan de två testen. Studien innefattar totalt 106 elever i årskurs 6 och 7, varav 53 flickor och 52 pojkar samt en med okänt kön. Eleverna besvarade ett formulär om klassrumsklimat, ett om kreativa fritidsaktiviteter samt genomförde två kreativitetstest: ett verbalt test, vilket bedömdes utifrån Consensual Assessment Technique (CAT), samt ett icke-verbalt test, Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production (TCT-DP). Studien fann att klassrumsklimat kunde predicera verbal kreativitet för pojkar och att kreativa fritidsaktiviteter kunde predicera verbal kreativitet för flickor. Resultatet diskuteras och jämförs med tidigare forskning. (Less)
Abstract
The aim of this study was to investigate students’ experience of a creative classroom climate and of their creative leisure activities in relation to their results on two creativity tests, as well as gender differences in relation to these variables and the relationship between the two tests. The study has 106 participants, 53 girls, 52 boys and one with gender unknown, studying in grade 6 and 7 of Swedish elementary school. The students filled out one survey about classroom climate, one about creative leisure activities and performed two creativity tests: one verbal, which was evaluated with Consensual Assessment Technique (CAT), and one non-verbal, Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production (TCT-DP). The study found that classroom... (More)
The aim of this study was to investigate students’ experience of a creative classroom climate and of their creative leisure activities in relation to their results on two creativity tests, as well as gender differences in relation to these variables and the relationship between the two tests. The study has 106 participants, 53 girls, 52 boys and one with gender unknown, studying in grade 6 and 7 of Swedish elementary school. The students filled out one survey about classroom climate, one about creative leisure activities and performed two creativity tests: one verbal, which was evaluated with Consensual Assessment Technique (CAT), and one non-verbal, Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production (TCT-DP). The study found that classroom climate could predict verbal creativity in boys and that creative leisure activities could predict verbal creativity in girls. The result is discussed and compared with former research. (Less)
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Claesson, Anna LU and Svensson, Emil LU
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PSPT02 20131
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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keywords
creativity, classroom climate, leisure activities, TCT-DP, Consensual Assessment Technique, gender differences, kreativitet, klassrumsklimat, fritidsaktiviteter, könsskillnader
language
Swedish
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3914503
date added to LUP
2013-07-10 15:45:38
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2013-07-10 15:45:38
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study was to investigate students’ experience of a creative classroom climate and of their creative leisure activities in relation to their results on two creativity tests, as well as gender differences in relation to these variables and the relationship between the two tests. The study has 106 participants, 53 girls, 52 boys and one with gender unknown, studying in grade 6 and 7 of Swedish elementary school. The students filled out one survey about classroom climate, one about creative leisure activities and performed two creativity tests: one verbal, which was evaluated with Consensual Assessment Technique (CAT), and one non-verbal, Test for Creative Thinking – Drawing Production (TCT-DP). The study found that classroom climate could predict verbal creativity in boys and that creative leisure activities could predict verbal creativity in girls. The result is discussed and compared with former research.},
  author       = {Claesson, Anna and Svensson, Emil},
  keyword      = {creativity,classroom climate,leisure activities,TCT-DP,Consensual Assessment Technique,gender differences,kreativitet,klassrumsklimat,fritidsaktiviteter,könsskillnader},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Rum för kreativitet: Relationen mellan klassrumsklimat, fritidsaktiviteter och kreativitet},
  year         = {2013},
}