"Student perception of the creative process and learning activities through the discovery-enriched curriculum"
- Na Na Anna HUI (Principal Investigator / Project Coordinator)Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences
- Pui Pedith CHAN (Co-Investigator)Department of Chinese and History
- Chak Chung Ray CHEUNG (Co-Investigator)Department of Electrical Engineering
- Chi Wai Ron KWOK (Co-Investigator)Department of Information Systems
- Denvid LAU (Co-Investigator)Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering
- Linda C.H. Lai (Co-Investigator)School of Creative Media
DescriptionThe present study aims at examining student perception of the creative process as a mechanism of discovery-enriched curriculum (DEC) learning experience and the effectiveness of the creative learning experience in a longitudinal context. It addresses the questions of “How do students in different majors think about the creative learning process?” and “What are the learning activities facilitative in enhancing student creativity?” Both quantitative and qualitative questions will be used. This project will involve about 10 classes of undergraduate students from different colleges. These students are from departments which have longitudinal DEC projects since 2012. Suggestions from students in enhancing the learning effectiveness will be collected and implications for creative pedagogy in undergraduate education will also be discussed.
|Effective start/end date
|1/06/15 → 1/12/16