An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Computational Thinking and Creative Attitudes among University Students
Keywords:computational thinking,, creativity, creative attitudes, university students, empirical study
This study aimed to explore the relationship between the computational thinking scale (CTS) and the creative attitudes scale among university students. A total of 93 university students were tested on the CTS ("creativity," "algorithmic thinking," "cooperativity," critical thinking," and "problem solving") and the scale of creative attitudes ("flexibility," "analytical problem solving," "entrepreneurship," "perseverance," "imagination," and "co-operation"). The results show a significant correlation between the majority of CTS factors and creative attitudes. However, imagination and co-operation are only correlated with one or two CTS factors. Therefore, we identified factors of CTS and the creative attitudes that are related to each other.
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