Developing Creativity among 6-Year-Old Children Using a Doodle-Book Training Program
BackgroundThe world around us is rapidly changing. To keep pace with these changes and, subsequently, solve the issues caused by these transformations, we need creative and innovative people.
ObjectiveThis study mainly aimed at determining the effectiveness of a doodle-book training program in increasing creativity and its components among 6-year-old children.
MethodsThis quasi-experimental study followed by a pretest-post-test design with a control group. The present study had a statistical population including all preschool students in Zahedan selected using a convenience sampling method. In this regard, two classes were chosen as experimental groups (girls: 24, boys: 22) and two classes were selected as control groups (girls: 22, boys: 22). The experimental groups took part in 10 sessions of the doodle-book training program and Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (Form B) was carried out on these groups before and after holding the sessions.
ResultsResults of a multiple-way analysis of co-variance indicated that the doodle-book training program increased creativity and its components among the children. Moreover, results of a multivariate analysis of variance demonstrated that there was a statistically significant difference between the girls’ and boys’ groups with regard to the components of creativity.
ConclusionThe results of this study showed that the doodle-book training program can be effective in increasing creativity among preschool children.
Journal of Innovation and Creativity in Human Science, Volume:8 Issue:32, 2019
129 - 151
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