This research aims at investigating the relationship between creative thinking and social status among high school students in Jerusalem. A developed version of Torrance Scale of Creative Thinking and a developed scale for social status were implemented. The study sample consisted of 250 secondary stage students. The descriptive approach was used to achieve the study goals. The results revealed that the level of creative thinking among high school students in Jerusalem was high, and that the level of social status was also high. Moreover, the results showed differences in both creative thinking and social status among high school students due to gender; in favor of males. As for schools, private schools were doing better than the public ones. As for the branch, it was in favor of the scientific one. While for students’ achievement, students with academic averages from (65 -85) were in favor; and as for classes, those in favor were the tenth grade. Whereas, the results showed that there were no differences in the social status according to the class. In addition, the results showed a significant correlation between creative thinking and social status among high school students in the city of Jerusalem.
Naser Aldeen, Nidaa Hasan and Al-Jundi, Nabil Jabreen
"Creative Thinking and its Relation to Social Status among the High School Students in Jerusalem,"
Al-Balqa Journal for Research and Studies البلقاء للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 24:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/albalqa/vol24/iss1/1