Creativity in the classroom
Are you interested in taking part in a research project that aims to identify the least biased creativity measure?
We are looking to recruit participants for a study that examines the quality of different measures of creativity.
Creativity is measured using standardised measures focusing on either big or small creativity. The aim of the study is to establish if the measures contain a bias towards certain socio-economic classes.
Due to the evolution of industry creativity is gaining increased importance as a skill employers find desirable. Therefore, it is desirable to find the least biased measure which can be used in schools to evaluate progress.
Who can take part in this study?
To take part in this study you must meet the following criteria:
- You are an adult aged 18+.
- You are a native English speaker.
What will the study involve?
Participation will involve the completion of an anonymous online survey including several creativity tests, which should take no more than around 30 minutes to complete.
What are the benefits of participating?
You will help to advance the understanding of creativity measures. In particular, you will help to identify creativity measures that are not biased towards socio-economic class.
For more information on the study or to register your interest please email Stephen Pritchard.