Efectos de la capacidad metacognitiva, el nivel académico y el género sobre la creatividad científica en estudiantes de educación secundaria

Lucía Bonilla-Pellicer, Joan J. Solaz-Portolés, Vicente Sanjosé

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El objetivo de este estúdio fue investigar los efectos de la capacidad metacognitiva, el nivel de formación académica y el género sobre la creatividad científica de los estudiantes de secundaria. Han participado 135 estudiantes de secundaria, 63 chicos y 72 chicas. A todos ellos se lês han administrado dos cuestionarios, uno de destrezas metacognitivas y uno de creatividad científica. De las correlaciones de Pearson entre variables y del análisis de regresión efectuado se puede concluir que la formación académica es la variable que más contribuye a lacreatividad científica, aunque explica um porcentaje de varianza muy pequeno.

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Creatividad científica. Destrezas metacognitivas. Nivel académico. Género. Educación Secundaria.

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