A Study on the Application of Creative Problem Solving Teaching to Statistics Teaching
Ridong Hu 1, Su Xiaohui 2, Chich-Jen Shieh 3 *
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1 Institute of Quantitative Economics School of Statistics Huaqiao University,2 School of Economics and Finance Huaqiao University3 Huaqiao University* Corresponding Author


Everyone would encounter the life issue of solving complicated problems generated by economic behaviors among all activities for making a living. Various life problems encountered therefore could be generalized by economic statistics. In other words, a lot of important events in daily life are related to economic statistics. For this reason, teaching students to understand the world, make reasonable decisions, and behave correctly on important personal or social issue has been the major objectives and directions of education.

Material and methods:
Taking universities in Fujian as the research subjects, including Xiamen University and Fuzhou University, the experimental design is applied to this study.

The research results reveal that 1.creative problem solving teaching would affect attitudes toward learning, 2.creative problem solving teaching would influence learning achievements, 3.attitudes toward learning show significantly positive effects on learning effect in learning achievements, and 4.attitudes toward learning present notably positive effects on learning gain in learning achievements.

According to the results, suggestions are eventually proposed in this study, expecting to train students’ ability to make correct judgment and solve problems when facing the diverse and complicated information in the society or the critical choice of continuing study or looking for employment as well as to enhance the urgency.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2017, Volume 13, Issue 7, 3139-3149


Publication date: 15 Jun 2017

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