Spoken Narrative Assessment: A Supplementary Measure of Children’s Creativity
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摘要This study developed a spoken narrative (i.e., storytelling) assessment as a supplementary measure of children’s creativity. Both spoken and gestural contents of children’s spoken narratives were coded to assess their verbal and nonverbal creativity. The psychometric properties of the coding system for the spoken narrative assessment were investigated with 30 Cantonese-speaking children aged six to nine. The internal consistency and the intercoder agreement were good. In addition, children’s scores on the 3 coded variables were moderately correlated with their creativity-relevant skills as measured by Alternate Uses Task (Guilford, 1967) and subjective ratings of creativity provided by judges. Children with higher verbal skills, as measured by Similarities (The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children–4th Edition (Hong Kong); WISC-IV HK), also scored higher in the speech composite of the coding system. The findings showed that the coding system of the spoken narrative assessment is reliable and valid for measuring children’s creativity objectively. An age-related norm will be established in future.
著者Wong M.K.-Y., So W.C.
期刊名稱Creativity Research Journal
出版年份2016
月份10
日期1
卷號28
期次4
出版社Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc.
出版地United States
頁次471 - 477
國際標準期刊號1040-0419
電子國際標準期刊號1532-6934
語言英式英語

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