STUDY ON THE CREATIVE SKILLS OF FIRST YEAR GRADUATE STUDENTS AND 10 YEAR OLD CHILDREN
Taking into account the fact that the dynamics of the instructive-educational process
presupposes a periodical knowledge of the possibilities and accumulations, but also a periodical
assessment that can lead to information regarding predispositions and their level of manifestation, we
initiated a study in the graduate students and and 10 year old children. The study comprises 26
subjects (20 graduate students and 6 children), while as method of research we used the Creative
Skills Study Quantified Questionnaire (Ion Moraru,1998, page 172), comprising 76 items. The results emphasize the fact that there are differences between the points made by the 26 persons, but also the fact that the extreme values (minimum and maximum) belong to children The conclusions emphasize that half (13 subjects), meaning 50% of the subjects do not go beyond a value of 114 points, corresponding to the level of "average skill endowment". The hypothesis stating that "the second year graduate students and the third grade pupils are grouped in the average endowment level with regards to their creative skills" is only partially confirmed.