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A Study on the Manifestation Process Model Development of Group Creativity among Mathematically Gifted Students  

Sung, Jihyun (Graduate School, Ewha Womans University)
Lee, Chonghee (Ewha Womans University)
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Journal of Educational Research in Mathematics / v.27, no.3, 2017 , pp. 557-580 More about this Journal
The purpose of this study is developing the manifestation process model of group creativity among mathematically gifted students. Therefore, I designed the manifestation process model of group creativity by researching the existing literatures on group creativity and mathematical creativity. The manifestation process model of group creativity was applied to mathematically gifted students' class. By analyzing students' response, the manifestation process model of group creativity was improved and concretized. In conclusion, the process of a combination of contributions was concretized and the major variables on group creativity such as a diversity, conflict, emotionally supportive environment and social comparison were verified. In addition, some reflective processes was discovered from a case study.
Mathematically Gifted Student; Group Creativity; Mathematical Creativity;
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