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Title: Seventh graders' academic achievement,creativity and ability to construct a cross-domain concept map—a brain function perspective
Authors: 葉玉珠
Date: 2004-06
Issue Date: 2009-02-04
Abstract: This study proposes an interactive model of cross-domain concept mapping with an emphasis on brain functions, and it further investigates the relationships between academic achievement, creative thinking, and cross-domain concept mapping. Sixty-nine seventh graders participated in this study which employed two 50-minute instructional sessions. The findings suggest that (a) the seventh graders may lack the awareness
or ability to integrate knowledge and make connections between their learning and life experiences; (b) creative thinking, academic learning and concept mapping share similar capacities; and (c) cross-domain concept mapping, which fosters cross-domain information integration and connections between learning and life experiences, can be an efficient mental tool in understanding a student’s creative thinking and academic learning.
Relation: Journal of Creative Behavior,38(2),125-144
Data Type: article
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