The training needs of science teachers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for creative teaching skills according to the successful intelligence theory
This study aimed to identify the training needs of science teachers in creative teaching based on the theory of successful intelligence. The researcher utilized the descriptive (survey) method, and the questionnaire was the data collection tool used with the targeted sample of the study, which consisted of (50) teachers of varying experience and qualifications. The data collection tool encompassed three main domains: training needs related to teaching based on the theory of successful intelligence, those related to creative teaching skills, and the training needs associated with strategies that enhance successful creative intelligence and creative teaching skills. The tool comprised (38) statements, and its validity and reliability were established prior to its implementation.
The study's findings concluded the significant need to train science teachers in creative teaching according to the theory of successful intelligence. It emphasized the importance of shifting the roles of science teachers from traditional teaching methods to modern and innovative teaching approaches. Engaging in creative teaching aligned with the theory of successful intelligence was highlighted as a crucial aspect. This transformation can be achieved through continuous professional development and training, which contributes to the accomplishment of educational objectives.
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