Browsing by Subject "Creativity"
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Creativity and creative problem-solving are supported by two different cognitive styles, one concerned with adaption (doing things better), and the other with innovation (doing things differently). The current preoccupation with innovation would appear to favour western countries where a more innovative cultural bias exists. Furthermore, countries from the East would appear disadvantaged due to a similar bias towards adaption. However, organisations to sustain success need a diversity of style irrespective of the significance of any social ...
Improving student's creativity through instructional development interventions: a case of computer subject primary 4 (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)
(Assumption University, 2014)
(The International e-Learning Conference “Empowering Human Capital Through Online Learning Technology”, 2011)
This paper considers the issues of how to augment student creativity in the blended learning environment of Internet-based digital cartooning or eCartooning and, secondly, the eCartooning characteristics required in implementing such a learning project. The phrase, “Internet-based digital cartooning or eCartooning” refers to online applications which provide the scope for creating, developing, editing, sharing and distributing cartoon stories on the Internet. “ToonDoo” was selected as a pilot web application for this quasi experimental research ...