The study explored and documented creative output of 12 Filipino in-service teaching professionals from one university and creative output of 191 Filipino graduating students as pre-service professionals from three universities in Baguio City, at the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines in the areas of Hospitality and Tourism, Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology. Research questions aimed to determine the categories of creative output of the two sets of respondents and the factors that motivated such creative output. Data was processed with thematic analysis through memoing, open and axial coding, borrowed from the Grounded Theory approach on the validated questionnaire consisting of 26 questions and the conduct of a focus group discussion. Frequency count and percentage were used to treat the answers of the 191 pre-service professionals about daily creative activities. Data gathered with the Intrinsic Motivation Inventory of Ryan and Deci, was processed using the one-way repeated measure analysis of variance (ANOVA) and t-test. An emergent creativity framework was developed based on data analysis.
Dhanna Kerina Bautista-Rodas, Independent Scholar, Philippines
Stream: Nurturing Creativity & Innovation: New
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