Level of Job Creativity among Public School Teachers within the Green Line, Israel

Nadia Rasmy Abo-Toama


The current study aimed to identify the level of job creativity among teachers and the statistically significant differences due to gender, academic qualification, years of experience and school level. The sample consisted of (498) teachers, selected randomly from public schools within the Green Line in Israel. The instrument utilized in this study is Job Creativity Questionnaire after verifying its validity and reliability. The results showed that the mean of job creativity among the respondents was (4.05) with high level of creativity, and the results also showed statistically significant differences in job creativity due to gender in favor of males, due to academic qualification in favor of the post-graduates, and school level in favor of elementary school. The results showed no significant differences due to years of experience. The study recommended the need to maintain a high level of job creativity through providing seminars, lectures, training courses for teachers in public schools and focusing on the domain of originality; because of its significant role in the development of teaching and learning process, which in turn reflected in the future behaviors of students.

Key words: job creativity, public school teachers, the Green Line.

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