The Impact of Creative Teaching Approach on Reducing Boredom in Teaching Process

Marijana Radeljić, Hazim Selimović, Siniša Opić, Nermin Mulaosmanović, Zehrina Selimović


Creativity, as one of the key factors of success, should primarily be represented in educational institutions in all segments of life, ranging from pre-school to higher education institutions. Starting from the assumption that simple, monotonous and not interesting classes are one of the main obstacles to successful education of a student, in this paper we will explore the creative approach in teaching process in order to reduce boredom in classrooms.

The sample consisted of 134 participants. There were 66 participants in the experimental and 68 participants in the control groups. The students in the experimental group were in the classrooms where the creative approach was used, while the students of the control group attended the classes in which the traditional approach of teaching was used.

The research was conducted based on a designed research model. The instrument was distributed before applying the experimental model and after its application.

The aim of this study was to examine whether the introduction of creativity into teaching process influences its efficiency, and at the same time reduces boredom.

Analysis of the final measurement results showed that the level of students’ boredom in the experimental group was reduced comparing to the level of students’ boredom in the control group. What’s more, findings showed that the application of creative models within the teaching process had a positive effect on reducing boredom.


Keywords: creativity, creative teacher, efficient / contemporary teaching process, boredom.

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