The Faculty of Graduate Studies awarded the researcher Rasha Laymoun a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration in response to her thesis entitled “Level of Students' Creative Behavior in Public Secondary Schools in Northern Governorates of the West Bank and its Relationship to the Level of the Teachers' Evaluation to it from their Point of View”.
This study aims at identifying the Level of Students' Creative Behavior in Public Secondary Schools in Northern Governorates of the West Bank and its Relationship to the Level of the Teachers' Evaluation to it from their Point of View. Also, it aims at identifying some study variables like (gender, living place, position qualification, and years of experience).
For achieving the study purpose, the researcher developed a questionnaire consisting of two sections: Level of Students' Creative Behavior and the Level of the Teachers' Evaluation. Where the level of creative behavior of seven domains, but the level of teacher evaluation was a domain in itself without branching into any domains, The questionnaire has been developed, distributed among 343 individuals who have been chosen in a random stratified way, gathered, codified, entered the computer and statically processed by using the Statistical Package of
the Social Science (SPSS). Also, the study tool has been measured for reliability and credibility. The study results showed the following results:
1. The level of creative student behavior in secondary government schools in the northern West Bank governorates from the teachers' viewpoints was neutral.
2. The level of teachers 'evaluation in secondary government schools in the northern West Bank governorates from the teachers' viewpoints was acceptable.
3. The teacher's assessment and gender influenced the creative behavior of students in secondary public schools in the northern governorates of the West Bank from the viewpoints of teachers.
4. Creative Behavior the variables of residence, qualification and experience in secondary government schools in the northern governorates of the West Bank were not influenced by the teachers' viewpoints.
According to the study results, several recommendations have been suggested:
1. Included the Work to find a real balance between quality education and content, and give students the freedom to research questions and express their views.
2. Include new criteria for evaluation in public schools in terms of diversity of methods such as peer assessment, self-assessment, and involvement of students in the assessment process.
3. Improve the teacher's job status, ease the burden of study and reduce the overcrowding of students; so that the teacher can take care of students and give them a quorum of discussion and activate their role in creative behavior.
4. The need for openness to successful educational experiences in education.
5. Create a stimulating environment for creativity by communicating with parents and the community.
The committee consisted of: Dr. AbdelKarim Ayoub as a main supervisor and Chairman, Dr. Ahmad Feteha as an external examiner and Dr. Fakher Khalili as an internal examiner.
At the end of the session, the committee approved the success of the researcher and recommended her a Master’s degree.