LEVEL OF CREATIVE THINKING OF THE STUDENTS OF INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNIQUES OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES & SPORTS IN LIGHT OF CERTAIN RELEVANT VARIABLES

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Yahia Ladjal

Abstract

The study aimed to determine the level of creative thinking of the students of Institute of Science & Techniques of Physical Activities & Sports at Oran University of Science & Technology, as the well ass to conclude the differences in the level of creative thinking depending on variables (age, sex and study system). The Researcher used the descriptive approach by way of survey for its appropriateness of the nature of the research, where the study sample comprised on (160) students, selected randomly from Institute of Science & Techniques of Physical Activities & Sports at Oran University, who are registered for the second semester of 2011/2011, who undergo the questionnaire of creative thinking of (34) paragraphs that distributed into four categories: (Fluency, Flexibility, Originality and Sensitivity to Problems) Data were analyzed by using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), (T-Test), (One-Way Analysis of Variance) and Tukey Test. The Researcher concluded that the level of creative thinking of the students of Institute of Science & Techniques of Physical Activities & Sports is the average on the measurement tool as a whole and on all four dimensions; there were no statistically significant differences in the level of creative thinking difference among the study sample, save for some exception in flexibility category as we witnessed a difference in age and sex.

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Keywords

Thinking, Creative Thinking, Techniques of Physical Activities & Sports

How to Cite
Ladjal ي. (2019). LEVEL OF CREATIVE THINKING OF THE STUDENTS OF INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNIQUES OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES & SPORTS IN LIGHT OF CERTAIN RELEVANT VARIABLES. DRASSA Journal of Development and Research for Sport Science Activities, 3(1), 18–31. https://doi.org/10.31377/jdrssa.v3i1.528
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Articles in Arabic