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Title: The relationship between computer-based concept mapping and creative performance
Authors: 許正妹;張奕華
Hsu, Cheng-mei;Chang, I-hua
Contributors: 教育系
Keywords: Computer-based concept mapping;Concept map;Concept mapping;Creative invention;Creative performance
Date: 2011-06
Issue Date: 2015-06-15 15:09:51 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The intent of this study is to explore the relationship between computer-based concept mapping and creative performance. Concept mapping is a method of graphical learning that can be beneficial as a study method for concept linking and organization. Technological progress has advanced concept mapping to computerized forms. This research explores computer-based concept mapping as a creative tool to improve students’ creative performance. This study examined forty students in the design department at technical universities to analyze whether computer-based concept mapping and applications improved students’ video production and creative performance. The results show that (1) the application of computer-based concept mapping received approval from students; (2) students’ computer-based concept mapping performance is directly related to their video production performance; and (3) students’ computer-based concept mapping performance can effectively predict their creative performance.
Relation: Asian Journal of Arts and Sciences, 2(1), 16-36
Data Type: article
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