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Journal of Education and Practice, v7 n18 p109-119 2016

The current study seeks to identify the level of creative behavior among teachers of public schools within the Green Line, based on gender, academic qualification, years of experience and level of school. The sample consisted of (502) teachers, selected randomly, from public schools within the Green Line in Israel. The tool utilized is a questionnaire for Creative Behavior consisting of (33) items distributed to five domains: fluency, flexibility, originality, elaboration and sensitivity to the problems. The results showed that the practice of creative behavior among teachers is high, and the results indicated that there are statistically significant differences in creative behavior in public schools due to the impact of gender in the domains of flexibility and sensitivity to the problems in favor of male teachers, but due to academic qualification and years of experience in the domain of originality in favor of bachelor and master holders and experience (5-10 years), and due to level of school in the domain of fluency in favor of prep school; and in favor of primary and prep school in the domain of elaboration. In light of the given findings, the study recommended that creative behavior among teachers must be domestically and regionally developed by improving social and economic conditions for teachers to meet the requirements of life.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Creativity, Creative Teaching, Public Schools, Teacher Characteristics, Teaching Methods, Gender Differences, Teacher Qualifications, Teaching Experience, Instructional Program Divisions, Questionnaires, Teacher Behavior, Institutional Characteristics, Teacher Surveys, Educational Attainment

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Autor: Naser, Rina Abdallah

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3988&id=EJ1105907







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