The gap in design creativity education between China and developed countries
Gong, Z.; Soomro, S. A.; Nanjappan, V.; Georgiev, G. V. (2022-05-26)
Gong, Z., Soomro, S., Nanjappan, V., & Georgiev, G. (2022). The Gap in Design Creativity Education between China and Developed Countries. Proceedings of the Design Society, 2, 871-880. doi:10.1017/pds.2022.89
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Extant research indicates that Chinese higher education has overlooked creativity. However, based on indirect clues, we infer that the degree of emphasis on creativity and related courses in Chinese higher education has changed. Therefore, we conducted a survey using a questionnaire to compare the creativity-related courses and adopted creativity methods in higher education between China and developed countries. The results indicate that participation rates and assessments of creativity-related courses, adopted creativity methods, and evaluations differ between China and developed countries.
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