Peculiarities of Verbal Creative Thinking of Students in Subject-Oriented Classes
T. M. Schegoleva, D. P. Skovitina
The paper presents the results of the study of verbal creative thinking of students in subject-oriented classes, namely humanitarian-juridical and physic-mathematical ones. The results of the study such peculiarities of verbal creative thinking as freshness, fluency, flexibility, uniqueness are given. Statistically valuable differences in developing verbal creative thinking of students of different specializations concerning such factors as «freshness» and «uniqueness» are shown. Statistically valuable differences in «freshness» among students of 8th, 9th, and 11th grades of physic-mathematical classes are also considered. Data confirming the fact that peculiarities of verbal creative thinking of students of humanitarian-juridical and physic-mathematical subject-oriented classes are different are given.
creative thinking, verbal creative thinking, peculiarities of verbal creative thinking, fluency, flexibility, uniqueness, verbal creative thinking development