Abstract

The purpose of this study was to explore the effectiveness of SCAMPER technique in the Vocational College students’ perspectives. Besides, the study was to survey how helpful is the SCAMPER technique to the students in exploring the skill of coming out with ideas spontaneously in step of enhancing creativity. The research design was qualitative in which interview method was used. Sampling technique was used to select 7 Vocational Certificate Malaysia (SVM) 1st year students in Vocational College in the field of Fashion Design. The data obtained were analyzed and transcribed verbatim. The findings showed that SCAMPER techniques were already been applied by students indirectly, but they were unaware that they are using this technique. As a matter of fact, some of these techniques had been applied by the students however they did not notice it. Overall, this SCAMPER technique shall affect and contribute a great impact on students especially to enhance and develop their thinking and creativity skills in learning. It is proposed that educators in the field of fashion should apply this technique to strengthen students' thinking and creativity in producing designs.

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