THE LEVEL OF CREATIVE BEHAVIOR PREVAILING AMONG PRINCIPALS AND TEACHERS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN THE NORTHERN TRIANGLE REGION IN ISRAEL
The study aimed to identify the level of creative behavior prevalent in primary schools in the Northern Triangle region in Israel. The study adopted the descriptive survey approach, as this approach is more suitable for this type of studies. The study population consisted of all primary school teachers in the Northern Triangle region, who numbered (1606) male and female teachers, and the study sample consisted of (56) male and female principals who were chosen intentionally (intentional sample) and (331) male and female teachers who were chosen by simple random method. The results showed that the level of creative behavior in primary schools in the Northern Triangle region in Israel was highly significant in all domains and in the total score. The results showed that there were statistically significant differences at the level of significance (α ≤ 0.05) on the development of the creative behavior of teachers due to the different variables of job title (in favor of managers), and the educational qualification variable (in favor of postgraduate studies). The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences at the significance level (α ≤ 0.05) due to the variables of gender and years of experience
Keywords: Creative Behavior, Primary Schools, Triangle Region, Israel.