Creative and Reproductive Behaviour of Early School Education Students

Magda-Adamowicz Marzenn

Abstract


The key concepts in the paper: creativity and reproduction were characterised. Persons with creative behaviour have nonconformist and heuristic features, whereas those with imitative attitudes display conformist and algorithmic traits. The research was carried out by means of a diagnostic survey on a 100-person group of Year 2 Early School Education students from the Lubuskie Province in 2016. Answers to the following question were sought: What behaviour is displayed by early school education students? The Creative Behaviour Questionnaire - KANH - II, constructed by S. Popka (1990), was used. In the light of the research, it appears that 46% of the studied early school education students display creative behaviour, 35% - reproductive behaviour and 19% - both creative and reproductive behaviour.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ije.v9i4.12427

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