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Scientific Creativity. Model of Scientific Creativity. Definition: a kind of intellectual trait or ability producing or potentially producing a certain product that is original and has social or personal value, designed with a certain purpose in mind, using given information.

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model of scientific creativity
Model of Scientific Creativity

Definition: a kind of intellectual trait or ability producing or potentially producing a certain product that is original and has social or personal value, designed with a certain purpose in mind, using given information.

Hu& Adey(2002)

differences between creative scientists and artist
Differences between creative scientists and artist
  • Scientific creativity is more constrained by the real-world
  • Scientists create solutions that must fit situation parameters
  • The best scientific creators are those who are artistically creative

(Simonton, 2009)

dispositional traits of creative scientists
Dispositional Traits of Creative Scientists
  • More original
  • Less conventional
  • More impulsive
  • Less inhibited
  • Less formal
  • More subjective
scientific creativity activity
Scientific Creativity Activity
  • Materials Up for Grabs (10 minutes)
reflection
Reflection
  • What strategies did you use to solve the problem?
  • How was your solution constrained?
compare contrast
Compare/contrast
  • Now that you have completed the two activity types, brainstorm ways that the two types of creative problem solving are similar and different.
  • What can teachers do to help students be better creative problem solvers?
references
References

Simonton, D. K. (2009). Varieties of (scientific) creativity: A hierarchical model of domain-specific disposition, development, and achievement. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4(5), 441-452. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6924.2009.01152.x.

Charyton, C., & Snelbecker, G. E. (2007). General, artistic and scientific creativity attributes of engineering and music students. Creativity Research Journal, 19, 213-225.

Hu, W., & Adey, P. (2002). A scientific creativity test for secondary school students. International Journal of Science Education, 24(4), 389-403. doi:10.1080/09500690110098912.