Validating the Conceptual Framework of Creative Teaching among RNSN Students in Taiwan
Ku, Ya Lie
Tu, Chin Tang
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Session presented on Friday, July 24, 2015: Purpose: A teaching framework of creative thinking on the basis of the creative process of 18 nurses in Taiwan was generated according to the factors of creative thinking, the process of creative thinking, attributes of teaching for creative thinking, and evaluating indicators of creative thinking from August 2009 to July 2010 across Taiwan. The purpose of this study was to validate the conceptual framework of creative teaching among RNSN students in Taiwan. Methods: Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFE) was used to validate the teaching framework of creative thinking. Results: Following the Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFE), 4 scales were indicated as a validated model with all X2/P>.05, GFI > .9, RMR< .5, RMSEA < .5, AGFI> .9. The characteristics for creativity through the interaction between abilities and barriers could indirectly affect the motivation of creativity among RNSN students. Conclusion: The authors suggested that nursing faculties developed a nursing practicum creative process course to increase and decrease the abilities and barriers of creativity, and the characteristics of creativity could gradually develop of modeling their motivation for creativity as the major factor of influencing nursing practicum creative process among RNSN students.