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Factors affecting problem finding depending on degree of structure of problem situation

Title
Factors affecting problem finding depending on degree of structure of problem situation
Authors
Lee H.Cho Y.
Ewha Authors
조연순
SCOPUS Author ID
조연순scopus
Issue Date
2007
Journal Title
Journal of Educational Research
ISSN
0022-0671JCR Link
Citation
vol. 101, no. 2, pp. 113 - 124
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
The authors identified factors affecting problem finding depending on degree of structure of problem situation-either ill or moderately structured. Fifth-grade students (N = 115) were randomlv assigned to 2 groups: Group I (n = 60) accomplished the ill-structured task; Ciroup 2 (n = 55) performed the moderately structured task. Results indicated that the degree of structure of problem situation influenced variables affecting problem finding. In the ill-structured problem situation, scientific knowledge and personalis traits positively affected problem finding, and divergent thinking negatively affected problem finding. In the moderately structured problem situation, divergent thinking and intrinsic niotivation positively affected problem finding. Findings suggest that considering the degree of structure of problem situation helps teachers compose instruction methods to enhance students' problem-finding performance. Copyright © 2007 Heldref Publications.
DOI
10.3200/JOER.101.2.113-125
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