Xiaojuan(Jessica) Jia

Xiaojuan(Jessica) Jia
Xi'an Jiaotong University | XJTU · West China Higher Education Evaluation Center, Institute of Higher Education

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Introduction
higher education, higher education evaluation, creativity, educational psychology

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Publications (9)
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Problemfinding is an important component of creativity, but research on it does not offer much guidance to teaching. The present research takes a step in that direction with two investigations. The first was a between-subjects evaluation of a short-term classroom teaching process, using creative Chinese problem finding (CCPF) to assess the impact....
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Learning motivation has a significant effect on student learning, which is a key determinant of academic performance and creativity. It is increasingly popular and important to cultivate learning motivation in schools. To consider this trend, a long-term intervention program named “Learn to Think” (LTT) was designed not only to improve students’ th...
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Previous research has suggested that ideas generated late in the creative process might require more executive control than those generated earlier. This in turn leads to the prediction that cognitive inhibition might play one role early in the process but a different role late in the process. The present investigation tested this prediction using...
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Creative problem-finding ability (CPFA) is an important component of creativity, but research into it has just started and results so far could not offer much guidance to teaching. This study utilized a 2 (teaching materials or tasks of different difficulty: high and low) × 3 (group member construction: homogeneous group, heterogeneous group, and v...
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The “Learn to Think” (LTT) Intervention Program was developed for raising thinking abilities of primary and secondary school students. It has been implemented in more than 300 schools, and more than 200,000 students took part in the experiment over a 10-year span. Several longitudinal intervention studies showed that LTT could promote the developme...
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Methods for teaching thinking may be described as out-of-context or infusion. Both approaches have potential to raise students' general cognitive processing ability and so raise academic achievement, but each has disadvantages. To describe and evaluate a theory-based learn to think (LTT) curriculum for primary school students, which draws on the st...

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A scientific and systematic evaluation index system for post-graduates'creativity\innovation ability will be designed, to explore the developmental trend of post-graduate students’ creativity from the entrance to graduate, to analyze the factors that influence the development of post-graduate students’ creativity