Developing University Classroom Model for Creativity Education by Delphi Survey
Hyejin Yang1, Kyunghwa Lee2

1Hyejin Yang, Department of Interior Design, Soong Sil University, Rep. of Korea.
2Kyunghwa Lee, Department of Lifelong Education, Soong Sil University, Rep. of Korea

Manuscript received on 01 May 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 15 May 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 May 2019 | PP: 2739-2748 | Volume-8 Issue-7, May 2019 | Retrieval Number: G6393058719/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to propose the university classroom model to promote the creative competence using the Delphi survey method. As a research procedure, the literature review and analysis of case study on spaces of education and working were conducted, so that the characteristics of class environment for promoting creative competence would be identified. In addition, the expert Delphi survey was carried out to propose the university classroom for creative competence. The result showed that it is necessary to establish the classroom standard for size, structure, arrangement, the color of the wall, and lighting for the university classroom for creative competence. Furthermore, autonomy, sociability, flexibility, and diversity should be implemented in the classroom environment. The creative competence the university student should improve includes flexibility, originality, sophistication, curiosity, task-commitment, and problem-solving leadership, and these elements have correlations with each other. Therefore, in establishing a university classroom encompassing these elements, the arrangement and colors shall be taken into account along with creating differentiated space depending on the study.
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