標題: 高職學生文書課程中團隊組合對創造力表現之影響
The effects of Team composition on Team creativity of Vocational high school students in Computer word processing course
作者: 謝綺文
Chi-Wen Hsieh
孫春在
Chuen-Tsai Sun
資訊學院資訊學程
關鍵字: 團隊創造力;思考風格;自我效能;團體效能;team creativity;thinking style;self efficacy;collective efficacy
公開日期: 2003
摘要: 本研究旨在探討不同分組形式的小組合作在團隊創造力的差異性之比較,再看領導者的個人因素對團隊表現之影響。在研究中將學生根據思考風格分為異質組、同質組、風格不明組,組長再依自我效能分成高、中、低三種類別,以看出不同形式的小組合作及領導者個人因素對團隊創造力的影響。 本研究是以網路合作學習環境為基礎,透過觀察創造性問題解決的歷程,以發覺不同團隊在合作表現上的差異。根據研究結果提出研究結論如下: 1.「小組類型」會影響團隊創造力之表現 2.「組長效能」會影響團隊效能之變化 3.「組長風格」會影響團隊創造力之表現 4.「團體效能」與團隊創造力呈現正相關 5.「合作滿意度」與團隊表現呈現正相關 6.「團體效能」比「自我效能」更能預測團隊表現 最後,依據研究發現與結論提供建議給有興趣之教師及未來後續研究者之參考。
The aims of this research were to study the difference of team creativity made by different types of grouping and to study the team performance influenced by different kinds of leadership. The designs of this research were grouping students into three types of thinking styles: heterogeneous group, homogeneous group, and undefined group; then distinguishing leaders into three styles of leadership according to the degree of their self-efficacy: high, moderate, and low, in order to achieve this research purpose. This study is based on a cooperative learning network. By observing the process of creative problem solving in different groups, the differences of teamwork can be discovered. The main findings of this study were as follows: 1.The different types of grouping can affect team creativity significantly. 2.The different kinds of leader’s self-efficacy can affect team efficacy. 3.The different leader’s thinking styles can affect team creativity significantly. 4.The relationship between group efficacy and team creativity was demonstrated a positive correlation. 5.The relationship between cooperative satisfaction and team performance was demonstrated a positive correlation. 6.Group efficacy was better than self-efficacy on predicting teamwork. Finally, according to the finding of this study, some suggestions were proposed to the teachers and researchers who are interesting in the topic of creativity activity.
URI: http://140.113.39.130/cdrfb3/record/nctu/#GT009067574
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/41513
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