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This manual includes directions for administering and scoring the Creative Engineering Design Assessment (CEDA). As previously suggested (Charyton and Merrill 2009) the CEDA is appropriate for use in high school through graduate school and could be easily used by engineering educators (Charyton et al. 2011). Further research is needed to see whether this tool is appropriate for engineers in industry. While future research will include the tool in industry, the CEDA has already been demonstrated to be related with another measure that was already normed on engineers in industry. Previous research has also shown that the CEDA is moderately related to other engineering creativity measures including the Purdue Creativity Test and the Purdue Spatial Visualization Test–Rotations. The Purdue Creativity Test was normed on professional engineers in industry with an average 12 years experience from various fields of engineering including mechanical engineering. After establishing reliability, convergent validity, and discriminant validity, the CEDA tool is deemed appropriate for dissemination.
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