A Pilot Study On Developing A Mobile Application To Enhance Teachers' Creative Teaching Competence

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KyoungEun, Kim


This study aimed to develop a mobile application called the Creative Teaching Creative Teacher app (CTCT app) for early childhood teachers to monitor and improve their creative teaching competence. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 10 early childhood teachers and 3 experts to determine the demand for developing creative teaching applications. The interviews focused on the expected contents, design, and function of the CTCT app. The app's design and functionality underwent revisions through ongoing meetings with the developer. The CTCT app consists of four menus: 'Creative Teaching Competence Checklist', 'Strengths and Weaknesses on Creative Teaching Competence', 'Expert Q&A on Creative Teaching Competence', and 'Sharing Creative Teaching'. The CTCT app can monitor early childhood teachers' creative teaching competence and allow them to share their creative teaching cases with others. The CTCT application may assist early childhood educators in enhancing their capacity to foster children's creativity and boost their confidence in creative instruction.


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KyoungEun, Kim. (2024). A Pilot Study On Developing A Mobile Application To Enhance Teachers’ Creative Teaching Competence . Educational Administration: Theory and Practice, 30(7), 58–63. https://doi.org/10.53555/kuey.v30i7.6434
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KyoungEun, Kim

Department of Child Welfare, Namseoul University