Study on the Relationship Among College Innovation Culture and Student’s Creative Thinking

Meiyan CHEN

Abstract


Based on innovation education perspective, a concept model of the relationship among college innovation culture and student’s creative thinking is established, where college innovation culture is classified as material culture, institutional culture and spiritual culture. By the survey data of 1,645 questionnaires from 25 universities, the result shows that all three kinds of culture have positive impacts on student’s creative thinking and spiritual culture has the greatest effect, which enriches the innovation education perspective, and provides constructive guidance to cultivate college students’ creative thinking by such an empirical study.


Keywords


College innovation culture; Creative thinking; Innovation education perspective

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