Document Type : Original Article


1 Associate Professor of Department of Agricultural Extension and Education, Ramin Agricultural and Natural Resources university, Ahvaz, Iran

2 Post Graduate Student of Agricultural Education, Ramin Agricultural and Natural Resources University, Ahvaz, Iran

3 M.Sc. Graduate of Agricultural Biotechnology, Azad University, Tehran, Iran



Schools have been considered as a place to development individuals’ potential creativity. However, we should emphasis that in generally teaching process in our schools not preparing students to progress and high levels of explore sense. Unfortunately, we are steel facing with training in which lecture is dominance, students are passive, of them asked to memorized trusts mechanically, students idea are disregard andemphasis on traditional teaching methods. Such training dos not encouraged students to activities and learning. Therefore, aim of this studywhich performed by experimental or semi-experimental,was to analyzing effect of teachers’ creativity training on student’s academic achievement in secondary schools. Statistical population of this research wasconsistedof secondary Students Tehran city; from that 384 students were selected as sample using cluster sampling. Datawasanalyzed by SPSSsoftware. The results showed that creativity educated for teacher effect on student’s academic achievement.


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