Author: Vicente C. Sinining
Institution: Managing Director, VCS Research
Author: Gerard Ntakirutima
Institution: Senior Researcher, VCS Research
Year of publication: 2021
Source: Show
Pages: 62-81
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/cip202104
PDF: cip/19/cip1904.pdf

Autorzy przedstawili kreatywność w nauczaniu i uczeniu się jako główną siłę napędową tworzenia wiedzy, awansu społecznego i gospodarczego. Ocenili opinie nauczycieli i studentów na temat praktyki kreatywnego nauczania w szkolnictwie wyższym w Rwandzie. Wszyscy respondenci podzielali wspólne poglądy na temat konieczności zwiększania kreatywności w szkolnictwie wyższym. W badaniu zasugerowano, że istnieje potrzeba dalszego doskonalenia różnych metod nauczania i uczenia się, aby skutecznie wdrażać kreatywność w nauczaniu i uczeniu się, co ma kluczowe znaczenie dla wykształcenia kompetentnych i wykwalifikowanych absolwentów, którzy mogą następnie pomóc w osiągnięciu krajowego celu, jakim jest zwiększenie innowacyjności.

Kreatywność w szkolnictwie wyższym Ocena percepcji praktyki twórczej nauczania w szkolnictwie wyższym w Rwandzie

The authors presented creativity in teaching and learning as a major driving force towards knowledge creation, social and economic advancement. They assessed the perceptions of teachers and students on the practice of creative teaching in higher education in Rwanda. All respondents shared common views on the necessity of enhancing creativity in higher education. The study recommended that there is a need to further improve the various methods of teaching and learning to effectively and successfully implement creativity in teaching and learning that is crucial to producing competent and skilled graduates that can subsequently help achieve the national goal to increase innovation.

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