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STUDYING THE EFFECT OF TEACHING CREATIVITY TO THE TEACHERS ON THE CREATIVITY OF FIRST GRADE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS IN 2011- 2012 (KHORASAN: IRAN)

A. Assareh1, S. Khosravi Negad2

1Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University of Tehran (IRAN)
2Islamic Azad University of Dezful (IRAN)
We are living in the world changing with high speed. In this world creative thinking is a key that makes facing problems and succeeding them possible. In solving problems creatively, any human makes the brain work actively (Lamezdin & Lamezdin, 2004). Since last decades "creativity" has become one of the most important factors that most human scientists focus on it. In the third decade, Valas (1926) processed the creativity thinking with processing attitude; Gilford was the first person in fifth decade studied especially human structure, Intelligence with a new view and developed scientific attitude toward creativity. The aim of this study is to search for the effect of teaching creativity to the students on the growth of creativity on young children. The Methodology was experimental, implemented by using Torrance pictorial creativity B form. The experiment groups included the students whose teachers taught by a 24 hours course by Sama organization, and control groups were those whose teachers did not taught at all. The research data showed significant difference a level of 99% of significant in all thesis by using two groups' independent test and studying and comparing means. It means with the 99% level of significant the range of growing creativity in the students taught by the taught teachers was statistically just more than the students whose teachers were not taught at all, and this difference is significant.