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Título: Students’ engagement in school and creativity professed by students and assigned to teachers: A literature review
Autor: Veiga, Feliciano
Goulão, F.
Bahia, S.
Galvão, D.
Palavras-chave: Students’ engagement in school
Student’s creativity
Teachers’ contexts of creativity
Teacher´s creativity inferred by the students
Data: 2014
Editora: Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa
Citação: Veiga, F. H., Goulão, F., Bahia, S., & Galvão, D. (2014). Students’ engagement in school and creativity professed by students and assigned to teachers: A literature review. In F. Veiga (Coord.), Envolvimento dos Alunos na Escola: Perspetivas Internacionais da Psicologia e Educação / Students’ Engagement in School: International Perspectives of Psychology and Education (pp. 361-372). Lisboa: Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa.
Resumo: This article reviews the literature on the relation between creativity (as a personal and a contextual variable) and students’ engagement in school. In order to describe the state of art of student’s engagement in school and creativity, we prepared a narrative review. In general, literature shows a prevalence of studies relating creativity and giftedness; students with above average skills are, as a rule, characterized, among other criteria, by the presence of creativity and the existence of high motivation for learning. As a personal variable, creativity relates positively with self-concept and academic performance, appearing as an aspect worth encouraging in the student. Moreover, studies on the impact of the learning environments on student’s performance also suggest a positive relationship between the classroom climate and academic outcomes. Although studies on the relationship between creativity and the students’ behavior appear inconsistent, the teacher’s creativity, applied to the teaching-learning process, and perceived by the student, appears related to school satisfaction and academic performance. This brief review highlights the value of including creativity in teaching practices, drawing attention to the lack of studies and the need to develop research, both relational and quasi-experimental, on the relationship between creativity and students’ engagement in school and its effects.
Descrição: Este E-Book reúne um conjunto de investigações apresentadas no “I Congresso Internacional Envolvimento dos Alunos na Escola: Perspetivas da Psicologia e Educação” (ICIEAE), organizado no âmbito do “Projeto PTDC/CPE-CED/114362/2009 - Envolvimento dos Alunos na Escola: Diferenciação e Promoção” (EAE-DP), financiado pela Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT).
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/18037
ISBN: 978-989-98314-8-3
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