This research aims to explore the diverse creativity of aboriginal college students. There are three objectives: Objective 1. To explore the differences in the use of ethnic languages, parenting attitudes, ethnic identity, and multiple creativity among aboriginal college students in gender, ethnic group, and family education. Objective 2. To explore the influence of ethnic identity on multiple creativity and the moderating effect of parenting attitudes. Taking 523 college students in Taiwan as the research object, using the "Parent Educational Attitudes Scale", "Ethnic Identity Scale", and the "Creative Self-Efficacy Scale", "Williams Creative Tendency Scale", and "Creative Self-Efficacy Scale" to explore multiple creativity. The "Painting People Quiz" and "Insight Questions" in the newly edited creative thinking test are used as research tools. Descriptive statistics, correlation analysis and regression analysis are used for data processing. Objective 3: To conduct creative thinking teaching to understand the aboriginal college students Learning and opinions on creative thinking. The findings of the study are as follows: 1. Females are generally better than males in terms of gender in terms of ethnic language use, ethnic identity, parenting attitude, and multiple creativity. Indigenous people are superior to non-indigenous in terms of ethnic language use, ethnic identity and upbringing attitude, while the epiphany of multiple creativity is that non-indigenous is superior to aboriginal students, and there is no significant difference in other variables. In terms of parenting attitude, the parenting attitude of enlightened authority is superior to other types of parenting attitude in all other variables except for insight. 2. (1) The parental education of students has a moderating effect on creative self-efficacy, (2) the parental education of students has a moderating effect on creativity, (3) the parental education of students does not have a moderating effect on creativity, (4) students The parental education does not have a moderating effect on insight. 3. Aboriginal college students have a fairly positive attitude towards the post-learning reaction of creative thinking teaching, and hope that they will have the opportunity to participate in creative-related activities in the future. Finally, some opinions are put forward based on the main findings of this research to provide educational guidance and reference for future research.
|Effective start/end date||2019/08/01 → 2020/07/31|
- Aboriginal college students
- ethnic identity
- family parenting style
- multiple creativity
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