TITLE

Investigating the Impact of Training Toys on Preschool Beginners' Creativity and Intelligence in AbadehTashk Town

AUTHOR(S)
Jeshni, Soghra Rahimi; Afsha, Jahangir Mehr; Nowzari, Vali
PUB. DATE
June 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It is a field research with the purpose of investigating the impact of training toys on preschool students' creativity and intelligence in AbadehTashk Town during the educational year 2013-2014. This study is an applied semi-experimental research including experimental and control groups with pretest and posttest design. Statistical population consisted of all preschool beginners (210 individuals) in AbadehTashk Town and 60 students swore selected as the sample by multistage cluster sampling. Measurement instruments in evolved Torrens creativity measurement scale and the fourth revised version of Wexler intelligence scale on preschool students and its reliability and validity were measured. At first, pretest was given to all the sample then they randomly placed into control and experimental groups. After training involvement in experimental, group both groups were assessed by posttest. Covariance analysis and independent T-test were used to analyze data by means of SPSS and the following results were obtained that training toys had significant impact on creativity and its dimension (expansion, flexibility, indeterminacy, and innovation) on preschool students; and training toys had significant impact on intelligence and its dimension (processing rapidity anesthesia, dynamic memory anesthesia, and verbal comprehension anesthesia) on preschool students.
ACCESSION #
97450758

 

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