Title: The Application of Career and College Success as a Creative, Innovative, and Adaptive Learning Program for Personalized Education Among the International Students of Jose Rizal University
Stream: Cultural Diversity in Arts Education
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Jonathan Chiong, Jose Rizal University, Philippines
Student engagement with the application of creative thinking and learning promotes active and creative learning that engage students in the learning process using art and design to further increases students’ attention and focus, motivates them to practice higher-level creative and critical thinking skills and promotes meaningful, significant learning experiences. International students in Jose Rizal University are encouraged to take part of the Student Development Office’s program that is termed as Cornerstones composed of Taga, Innovative Thinking, Creative Thinking, Life Orientations, Dynamics thinking using Black Box, and the Four Tendencies. Student engagement measures the time and effort students spend on participating in academic and co-curricular activities using arts and design. Students tend to increase their knowledge and learning more from their collegiate experiences when they allocate more time and energy to educationally purposeful creative activities, such as habitually interacting with diverse others and applying what they discover to further develop their abilities and perspective in engaging in the real world that is diverse and varied using creative means and creative educational tools, worksheets and activities. With Cornerstones, the international students of Jose Rizal University develop behavioral, cognitive, emotive, and intuitive perspective and innovation in their campus lives. The study also focuses on engagement in creative learning strategies, collaborative learning, and student faculty interaction, all of which are closely related to student learning outcomes. Research findings suggest that academic engagement of international students can be defined as a construct of interactive and non-interactive academic engagement practices, with creative culture related extra-curricular activities.
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