Interscience Management Review


The purpose of this study was to determine whether there are differences in creativity level, as measured by Test your creativity Level scale(TYCL) between a group of vocational education students who were taught utilizing project-based method of instruction and a comparable control group taught via traditional method of instruction. The TYCL was administered as a pre-test and post-test for both groups of students (63 in the experimental group and 62 in the control group). Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) on the post-test results of the TYCL with the pretest scores as a covariate indicated significant differences between the groups at the .05 alpha level for the favor of the experimental group on the overall creativity level and on each dimensions scores (intuitive awareness, external locus of control, self-confidence, and Originality).The study ended by offering a number of theoretical and practical implications for the field of study.




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