ŠORGO, Andrej, Vincentas LAMANAUSKAS, Slavica Simic ŠAŠIĆ, Milan KUBIATKO, Pavol PROKOP, Jana FANČOVIČOVÁ, Martin BÍLEK, Iztok TOMAŽIČ and Mehmet ERDOGAN. A cross-national study of prospective elementary and science teachers creativity styles. Journal of Baltic Science Education. 2012, vol. 11, No 3, p. 285-292. ISSN 1648-3898.
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Original name A cross-national study of prospective elementary and science teachers creativity styles
Authors ŠORGO, Andrej (705 Slovenia), Vincentas LAMANAUSKAS (440 Lithuania), Slavica Simic ŠAŠIĆ (191 Croatia), Milan KUBIATKO (703 Slovakia, guarantor, belonging to the institution), Pavol PROKOP (703 Slovakia), Jana FANČOVIČOVÁ (703 Slovakia), Martin BÍLEK (203 Czech Republic), Iztok TOMAŽIČ (705 Slovenia) and Mehmet ERDOGAN (792 Turkey).
Edition Journal of Baltic Science Education, 2012, 1648-3898.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Article in a journal
Field of Study 50300 5.3 Education
Country of publisher Lithuania
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Impact factor Impact factor: 0.444
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14410/12:00062092
Organization unit Faculty of Education
UT WoS 000309185000009
Keywords in English creativity styles; prospective elementary teachers; prospective science teachers
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: PaedDr. Milan Kubiatko, PhD., učo 108312. Changed: 23. 1. 2013 11:19.
Abstract
1799 prospective teachers (596 males, 1203 females), enrolled in various departments (elementary school teaching and science teaching) in selected universities in Croatia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey, answered questionnaire on creativity styles. From the results of present study we can recognize that creativity potential of prospective elementary and science teachers is more on the adaptors side than on the side of innovators. The differences between prospective teachers, originating from different countries, study tracks and of different genders, even if statistically significant, are small (Cohens d below 0.2). From the perspective of the teacher educators it can mean that similar methods to enhance creativity can be used.
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