Brainstorming: An Act of Creativity in Vocational and Technical Education Curriculum in Nigerian Secondary Schools
Gbolagade, S. O. and Adegoke, E. S.
Journal Title:Journal of Research in Education and Society
This survey is carried out to investigate brainstorming as an act of creativity in vocational and technical education curriculum in Nigerian secondary schools. The aim is to examine by relevant and notable strategies of brainstorming as an act of creativity with a view to assessing their implications for vocational education curriculum in Nigeria. The researchers designed a self-developed questionnaire entitled Questionnaire on Brainstorming the Act of Creativity in Vocational and Technical Education Curriculum in Nigerian Schools “QBCVTECN”. The questionnaire was classified into two sections. Three hypotheses were developed and tested using t-test. The study adopts the multistage sampling to select six States from the six geopolitical zones of the federation. From this selection, one secondary school was selected from each of the States and thirty students were randomly selected from each of the selected secondary schools. This gives a sample size of one hundred and eighty respondents. The findings of the study reveals among others that there is no significant difference between male and female students on brainstorming as an act of creativity in vocational and technical education curriculum in Nigerian secondary schools.