The study aimed to detect the degree of fine arts teachers for creative thinking skills from the perspective of their students, and to verify the significance of differences in the degree of fine arts teachers practice the skills of creative thinking from the perspective of their students according to the variables of gender, specialization and academic level.A random sample was chosen of who agreed to participate in this study, The number of respondents were (162) students of both sexes (54) males and (108) females of the students of the faculty of fine art at the University of Al-Aqsa in Gaza.Questionnaire was applied to the practice of teachers' of creative thinking skills (prepared by the researcher); which consists of (60) items distributed into five dimensions are fluency, flexibility, originality, sensitivity to the problems, and details.The most important findings that; the relative weight of the fine arts teachers practice the skills of creative thinking from the perspective of their students is located at (70.2%), And originality came in the highest rank (72.2%), followed by flexibility (71.6%), then fluency (71.2%), followed by sensitivity to the problems (70.2%), and finally the details (66.2%). That there were no statistically significant differences in all dimensions of the teachers practice of the skills of creative thinking from the perspective of their students according to the gender of the students among the sample. That there are statistically significant differences at (α ≤ 0.05), in the total scores of the teachers practice of the skills of creative thinking skills from the perspective of their students according to the specialty and the academic level, The differences were in favor of students, estimates of art education, and in favor of students were in the second level. One of the main recommendations was teacher training in the use of creative thinking in the teaching of art education skills
Lubad, Abd Alkarim Mohammed
"The Use of Creative Thinking Skills among Teachers of Fine Arts from the Perspective of their Students at Al-Aqsa University.,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 3:
12, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol3/iss12/11