International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 4 Area: Education

185
Sumaiah Eid ALZABOOT
ANALYZING THE REALITY OF CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS IN THE BASIC LEARNING STAGE IN JORDAN
 
The research aimed to analyze the reality of creative thinking skills in the curriculum of the basic learning stage in Jordan.The research sample wasintentionally chosen according to the method of non-probability samples (non-random), by choosing the study units included in the syllabus of the Arabic language for the sixth and seventh grades of the basic learning stage in Jordan. The curriculum consists of (33) study units, sothe content analysis method was adopted as one of the qualitative curriculum methods, in analyzing the reality of creative thinking skills used in the Arabic language syllabi for the sixth and seventh grades of basic learning in Jordan,quantitatively and qualitatively. The most significant results were: Thereality of an analysis of creative thinking skills comesat a low level. The Arabic language syllabi referred to creative thinking skills (530) times, (53%). This confirms is a low percentage for the average level. In light of the results, the researcher recommended: that the authors of the Arabic language syllabi for the basic education stage focus on creative thinking skills. That would contribute to enabling the teacher to use them through teaching strategies. The Arabic language curriculum still lacks creative thinking skills.

Keywords: Analysis, Reality, Creative Thinking, Basic Learning Stage.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.4-3.16
 
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